Removing Stains on Linoleum

Apply full strength distilled white vinegar directly to tough linoleum stains. Leave it on 10-15 minutes before wiping up. If that doesn't work, apply it again and sprinkle baking soda over the vinegar. Scrub with brush or sponge. Rinse with clean water.

By duckie-do from Cortez, CO

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February 9, 20140 found this helpful

Whenever you mix baking soda with vinegar, you get nothing but salt water. One or the other by itself might clean, but if you use them together, you might just as well use plain water. I will take your word on it that vinegar will remove a stain (and it very well might, being a mild acid), but if you wish to use baking soda, don't use it with the vinegar. Baking soda by itself is a mild base, and also will clean. Separately - they work. Together - they do nothing.

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March 1, 20170 found this helpful

I use baking soda and vinager with dawn dish soap best cleaner ever

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February 14, 2011

I have linoleum floors in bathroom. I have a black stain on some of the linoleum behind the door and other places. I have tried Comet, vinegar, paint thinner, and regular cleaning products. The stain hasn't budged. What can I do? Thanks.


By Wojo from Nashville, TN


Removing Stains on Linoleum

Have you tried the Mr. Clean eraser sponges? (10/01/2010)

By Pat Ness

Removing Stains on Linoleum

If it is from tar or from black soled shoes baby oil will remove it. (10/01/2010)

By Zita

Removing Stains on Linoleum

Are you sure it's not just the black color that is under the layer of color in the linoleum? If so (or if nothing else works) maybe you could paint it. Since it's in an inconspicuous place that won't get that much wear, it could last for a long time. (10/01/2010)

By Chris

Removing Stains on Linoleum

If you have or have had any flooring moisture problems that is a permanent stain that has seeped up from the bottom to the top of the linoleum and there is no remedy other than replacing or painting with the correct type of paint and then using a sealer. (10/01/2010)

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September 29, 2010

How do I remove stains on linoleum?

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