Thursday, February 25, 2010

How To Remove Scuff Marks From Vinyl Flooring

Question:

I have vinyl flooring in my kitchen and I have put plastic tips on my wooden chairs.

The problem is there are black marks where the chairs are moved back and forth. How can I get rid of this problem? Is it best to have no tips on the chairs or what? I have tried to put felt tips on the end of the chair, but that only last a little while and they come off. I would appreciate any help you could give me. Thanks.

Answer:

Thanks for your question. To remove the black marks, rub each mark with a rubber eraser. If that doesn’t work, try mixing a small amount of baking powder and water. Rub the mixture on the scuff marks with a clean, dry, white cloth. Another solution that may work is rubbing non gel toothpaste on the marks with a clean, dry, white cloth.

Although felt is recommended, an alternative to the black plastic protectors, you can try non-pigmented plastic protectors.

This article was taken directly from Floor Talk (http://floortalk.wfca.org/category/vinyl-flooring/). Also, please visit my websites at www.americarpetfloors.com and www.stylishrugs.com for all your flooring needs.

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