How to Remove Scuff Marks on Engineered Flooring

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When it comes to removing scuff marks from engineered flooring it's best to get to them sooner rather than later. Some scuff marks are easier to remove than others but it's best to make sure and use the right kind of cleaner for the type of flooring. Learn more about removing scuff marks from flooring with tips from a foreman and professional contractor in this free video.

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Video Transcript

Hello, everyone, I'm Joshua Clement, and today I'm going to talk about how to remove scuffs from your engineered flooring. Now depending on what kind of scuff it is, the sooner you can get to it, the better. For this job you will need just a dry rag. The number one cause for scuffs on your floor is shoes. Now these are very easy to get off. We'll take the rag, wrap it in our finger, and start just rubbing in small motions back and forth right on top of that scuff. With the friction that you're using, it creates a little bit of heat, which helps pull off those scuffs. And the engineered floors have a nice coating on top of it that's shiny to help relieve these a little bit easier. It's important to use just a dry rag, don't use any chemicals, 'cause that can damage the finish on top of your engineered floor. Thank you all for watching, and good luck with this project.


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