How To Remove Scratches From Your Floors

Posted on Aug 17 2015 - 7:01am by Alexandra Ashton

No matter if you are a renter or a home owner you want your home to look perfect at any time. You have spent hours picking the right curtains that will perfectly match pillows on the couch and now everything looks stylish. But, then you lower your look and discover that floors are not in as excellent condition as the rest of the house. What can you do to save your floors from scratches? Read this excellent infographic to find out.

Unfortunately, our floors are subject to frequent damage, no matter how careful we are. Scratches can occur due to various reasons, such as pushing something over the floor, the pet’s toenails and even because of your walking. Most people are not aware of it, but they bring small pieces of stones or dirt on their shoes when they enter the house from outside. Even these small pieces of stones can be enough to damage your floors.

Although now you would want to forbid anyone to enter in your house with shoes, that is usually not that easy to do. Yes, many people will gladly agree to take off their shoes when entering your home, but the question is whether you would want them to after you smell their feet. Luckily, you won’t need to do that. There are different ways to bring back the shine to your floors and to remove scratches.

Methods of removing scratches from floors vary depending on the type of floor, but none of them is hard. Best of all, to remove these scratches won’t need to get a lot of things. For example, to remove light scratches from laminated wood and hardwood you will only need white vinegar, car wax or a wax crayon, soft, lint-free cloth and cloth or rag.


About the Author

Alexandra Ashton, Communications at Neomam Studios , the UK based Infographic Agency. Alexandra is a content and design enthusiast with a keen eye for detail.