Scuff Marks On Laminate Floors

How do you clean foot marks on laminate flooring which were done by the person laying the flooring when he kicked the panel to join it together?

By greta from Qld. Australia

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Scuff Marks On Laminate Floors

First off, I would call the store and let them know. They might offer to come back and clean it up. Secondly, the installer should be aware of what he is doing and be told to wear white soled shoes for installing. My parents had hardwood flooring. They always used Bruce Wax for removing black scuff marks. Good luck. (08/10/2010)

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By susan

Scuff Marks On Laminate Floors

I know it sounds crazy but it works (as well as for many types of marks on a wall), and that is a good old fashioned pencil eraser, the pink rectangular ones (pink pearl) you can find at just about any store. :-) And it will not harm laminate flooring like most chemical compounds, including floor wax, does! Laminate is different than wood floors or vinyl floors and needs different care. (08/10/2010)

By Deeli

Scuff Marks On Laminate Floors

Baking soda on a damp sponge should remove scuff marks easily. (08/10/2010)

By Nan Corpe

Scuff Marks On Laminate Floors

I have found that an art gum eraser works the best for this. (08/11/2010)

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