Scuffs on Linoleum Floors

Clean rubber heel marks from kitchen linoleum with a moist cloth dabbed in floor wax. The marks come up and don't leave a dull spot.

By Monica from Cortez, CO


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November 19, 20110 found this helpful

Tennis shoes or other rubber-soled shoes work better than anything. Just place your foot/shoe over the scuff and give a little twist. The scuff comes off in a little tiny sliver to pick up or sweep up and throw away. My brother is a school custodian and learned this trick. Can you imagine how much time would have to be spent on those scuffs if he had to tend to each one by hand?

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May 16, 20170 found this helpful

Tried that and it made it worse...usually I do that without any problem yet it did not work this time :-/

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