Since I'm not sure how deep or extensive your damage is, I am sending you several videos to watch. At least one of them will have your answers.
We recently had to plce repair screws in our newly installed (2015) floors to silence floor squeaks. We filled the holes from the countersink screws with matching Minwax wax colored crayon pencil. It effectively covered the holes created by the screws —it may work for your dings too. They come in many colors— it perfectly disguised our repair hole defect.
Additionally we use the markers for our floor floor and furniture scratch and chip coverup. Its an effortless method to camouflage the problem areas. Again they come in multiple colors.
Finally they do make a putty too, but I have never used that. The minwax wax crayons and markers have always worked nicely for my repair needs.
Looking. over the Amazon links to include reviews and Q&As may help you decide which product is best for your particular needs.
I hope this helps!
Thanks for your insights!
I found an article on a website that might help you. I have referenced this website a lot and trust them. https://homeguides.sfgate.com/remove-scratches-scrapes-laminate-flooring-41812.html
I hope it helps, good luck
Hi T. I'm Cindy. You could use markers or crayons made for this exact purpose. I have used them before and was happy with results. They are made from a company called Ram Pro. There are 12 pieces in the package: 6 markers and 6 crayons. The colors are: maple, oak, cherry, walnut, mahogany and black. The markers are used to repair scrapes and scratches. The crayons are intended for deep gouges and nail holes. I hope this info helps you. Good luck.
I'll have to look for those -- the ones I have do not do the trick!