Reviving Linoleum


I have very old linoleum kitchen flooring. I have had a rug under my kitchen table and the floor beneath it is much lighter than the rest of my floor. I have tried scrubbing my floors with no luck. What can I do to revive this floor? We are in the house for another few years! Is there such a thing as linoleum paint?
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Cheryl from Winston Salem, NC

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Reviving Linoleum

They have porch and floor paint, in past have painted over vinyl tile,wood stairs, forgot brand but very durable. (01/10/2006)

By Annette

Reviving Linoleum

Try Scrubbing Bubbles. Do a 2ft x 2ft area first, spray, let it sit for a few...then use a scrubby on it. :) It worked for me.

Good Luck
(01/10/2006)

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Reviving Linoleum

You don't need special paint. You can use any kind of acrylic paint. Just paint and then apply 5-6 coats of polyurethane coating to protect the paint (more if you are really ambitious - you really can't over do it) (01/10/2006)

By Marilyn

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