Try the Magic Eraser. If it can gat soap scum and calcium build-up onff a bathtub and calcium off a stsinless steel sink, without using a lot of elbow grease, it should help with scuff marks. And it wouldn't damage the wood or finish.
Hi Susie, it depends what the scuff marks are from, but I usually start with a little olive oil on a rag and scrub. Most of the time that does the job and it won't scratch or remove the finish.
second vote for magic eraser. Use it damp and don't scrub too hard.
Try coconut oil
Magic Eraser usually does the trick.
I use WD 40...spray it on and use a soft cloth to rub the scuff marks off. It won't hurt the finish.
Thanks for the information, trying to test each answer to see which ones works
I have used coconut oil and it works very well.
I also vote for Magic Eraser.
Try pencil eraser
try a tennis ball works great on black skuff marks
WD 40 works great with a little elbow grease.
I have used odorless mineral spirits on black scuffs an marks, also removes crayon marks, most sticky glues from stick-on what evers and bumper stickers an window stickers on car an truck glass an bumpers , an also nasty grease bugs an road tars.
Good luck an use soft towels to repolish. Tr.