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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According to the National Wood Flooring Association, a hardwood floor should only be waxed when buffing no longer restores the floor's shine. The time between waxing varies, depending on the traffic the floor receives, b... More »

Make homemade floor wax remover by mixing ammonia and laundry or dish detergent in warm water, or by mixing white vinegar and warm water. The ammonia solution is best for vinyl and tile floors, while the vinegar solution... More »

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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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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Some common wood floor scratch removers include cover polish, scratch fix pens and filler sticks. The variety of removers addresses the depth and severity of wood floor scratches. More »

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Goo Gone stain remover removes adhesive from wood. It can also be used to remove many types of stains from materials such as car interiors, carpets, walls and more. More »