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Help!! my gorgeous kitchen floor, is it ruined???!

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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
my kids were sliding across it on their bottoms and it has big lines on it that don't wash off. I think it was the studs on my sons jeans that did the damage. Any suggestions?? wil give rep! oh by the way,it's lino type tiles
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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#1
We need pictures !
#2
nikkib123
How do you remove scratches from linoleum?


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Let it dry for 24 hours without being walked on.


in a houshold kitchen? good luck :thumbsup:
#3
not gouged thankfully, just like rub marks
banned#4
Rip that lino up i say.
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banned#6
Please don't spam the forums snow tiger else you'll get a ban.
#7
Are they just marks? You could always try acetone and bleach, worked a treat for me :thumbsup: Might need to keep kids and pets away though as creates some nasty fumes!
#8
lumoruk;3766399
Please don't spam the forums snow tiger else you'll get a ban.

saying good morning isn't spam! :roll:
(spam is a useless comment ;-) ......................)
banned#9
snowtiger
saying good morning isn't spam! :roll:
(spam is a useless comment ;-) ......................)


Then say it with a useful comment.
#10
lumoruk;3766675
Then say it with a useful comment.

What really isn't useful is you trying to tell other people how to say good morning, who do you think you are! don't be so rude.
#11
10:30 and its only the first fight of the day? surely I must have overlooked some, otherwise, v slow day
#12
thanks for all your help. am going to try and find those sponges, i think it's flash who make them:-D
#13
I usually find nail polish remover gets rid of most stains or marks, though I'd test it on a small area first :)
#14
Men's Deodorant, such as lynx. Spray and wash

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