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Hide scratches on hardwood floors by using mineral spirits, steel wool, wood filler, touch-up markers and sandpaper, depending on the width and the depth of the scratch. Some hardware stores sell complete kits for fixing... More »

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Repair scratches on wood floors with wax, floor polish or stain markers. Deeper gouges may require sanding or colored wood putty to fill the scratch before applying a new coat of finish. More »

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Repairing scratches in hardwood floors requires using a method appropriate for the depth and width of the scratch, but small scratches are easily repaired by applying acrylic floor polish or wax over the surface. Use cau... More »

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Repairing scratches in hardwood floors requires using a method appropriate for the depth and width of the scratch, but small scratches are easily repaired by applying acrylic floor polish or wax over the surface. Use cau... More »

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The best scratch removers for hardwood floors are wax or acrylic floor polish, specialty hardwood renewal products, stain markers and blending pencils, and wood filler and stain. The right solution for each person depend... More »

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To remove adhesives from hardwood floors, first clean the floor to remove dirt, which may make removal of the adhesive difficult, and then remove the adhesive with either natural peanut butter or through the application ... More »

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According to Hardwood Champ, the two most common adhesives found dried onto hardwood floors can both be removed with a bit of elbow grease, some adhesive removal products or mineral spirits and a putty knife. The process... More »

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