There are several ways to remove scuff marks from tile using everyday household items. Rub the mark with a light-colored art eraser, a tennis ball or a cloth sprayed with WD-40. For more stubborn marks, use a non-scratch dish scrubber, baking soda or a dab of toothpaste.
Before taking any steps to remove marks from flooring, test a small, out-of-the-way area to ensure that your efforts won't scratch or stain the floor. Avoid using pink erasers to remove scuff marks from light-colored floors, because they can leave a stain. To remove a large mark or several marks without getting on your hands and knees, use a craft knife to carefully cut a small cross in a tennis ball. Insert the end of a broomstick handle into the opening in the tennis ball, and use the broomstick to rub the ball on the mark. When using WD-40, use only a small amount, and wipe the area clean after the mark is gone.
If more abrasive power is needed to remove the mark, rub it, using a circular motion, with a non-scratch dish scrubber, a cloth with toothpaste or a paste made of baking soda and water. After using toothpaste or baking soda, clean the area with a clean, damp cloth to remove any residue, then wipe it dry.