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Repairing a Burn Mark on Linoleum Floor?

The previous owner had left a cast iron pan in the oven, then preheated the oven. She said after the oven was preheated, she noticed the pans and quickly grabbed them to remove from the oven, but without an oven mitt. She dropped the hot pan on the floor. The linoleum floor has a melted "ring" impressed in it now from the pan. It is not a tiled floor.

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Is there anything I can do to temporarily cover/repair it, without replacing the entire kitchen and dining room floor for now?
Thank you!
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December 3, 20170 found this helpful

The only thing you could do, is patch it and that would show....I would cover it with a rug.

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