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... More »

Dark-soled shoes often leave scuff marks on the floor. Use simple tools such as an eraser, tennis shoe and tennis ball to remove these marks from the flooring without the need for harsh chemicals. More » Home & Garden Cleaning Stain Removal

To repair a scuff mark on the paint of your car, determine the extent of the damage, wash the area to remove grime, sand the scuff by hand, apply a rubbing compound, and polish to restore the shine. If the scuff is relat... More »

To remove scuff marks from a vinyl floor, wash the floor with warm water mixed with a floor cleaner, rub isopropyl alcohol into the scuff marks with a clean rag, and rinse the floor with water. You need a mop, a bucket, ... More »

To clean a vinyl composite tile, vacuum or sweep the tile, scrub adhesive off the tile, mop the tile with a solution of liquid household floor cleaner, rinse with clean water, and apply two coats of vinyl composite seale... More » Home & Garden Cleaning

Moss growing on damp, shaded areas of tarmac is easy to remove with just a few household items and some elbow grease. You need bleach, liquid detergent, a stiff broom, a scrub brush, a scraper, a bucket and a garden hose... More »

Musty smells are removed from books by using a variety of household items such as baking soda, charcoal or kitty litter. Other items that can remove odors from books are talcum powder or fabric refreshers such as FeBreze... More »