Any tips for fixing scratches on a laminate floor?

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Found these scratches on my floor after a family party full of overzealous kiddies...any tips for camouflaging them?
any tips for fixing scratches on a laminate floor
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  • The Chirping Frog The Chirping Frog on Oct 04, 2014
    Rejuvenate from Home Depot is supposed to work for that..... haven't used it before but have heard from others about it.
  • Marion Nesbitt Marion Nesbitt on Oct 06, 2014
    Could try the old type of paste wax and buff.
  • Lou Winchester Byers Lou Winchester Byers on Oct 06, 2014
    At Lowes I bought a color wax stick the same color and fixed ours, they are located by the stain color... Hope it helps..
  • Celeste S Celeste S on Oct 06, 2014
    How about a crayon? If you have kids you probably have crayons.
  • Kim Kim on Oct 06, 2014
    I used to have laminate floors and Old English worked perfectly at covering scratches like this.
    • Teresa Reddick Teresa Reddick on Aug 16, 2015
      @Kim, you're right! I have used Old English Scratch Cover on my floors for years. It comes in both light and dark wood, and you can mix them for medium! I found the wax sticks and crayons to be difficult to work with (even with a good match the repair is obvious). With Scratch Cover the worst part is the shiny spot it leaves on a matte floor. Use a cotton swab to avoid this! :)
  • Jeanette S Jeanette S on Oct 06, 2014
    If this is the "photographed wood" type laminate, be careful...you may need to call the manufacturer to get instructions on repair. I have had this type for almost 10 years and do not have a scratch on it. If it is a wood "composite" type flooring, go to where you bought it and ask them.
  • Carmen Carmen on Dec 27, 2014
    Jeanette is absolutely right. If you have no clue about floor because installation was made by previous owner, try the wax crayon from MiniWax on one small area before trying the entire floor, BUT do not use kids crayon, that will strain the rest of your floor as its walked on. I too have hear good things about the Rejuvenate line of products but have not used them, exhort you to google the company, contact them for specifics on what you might use.
  • Diana Deiley Diana Deiley on Jun 16, 2016
    Murphy's Oil Soap?
  • Denise Denise on Jul 03, 2016
    Make a paste with instant coffee
  • Dee Dee on Aug 10, 2017

    I bought a marker pen in the color of the wood, problem solved.


  • Deb K Deb K on Apr 14, 2023

    Hello M, hope this helps you out, also, you can get a product called Quick Shine that will clean and hide small imperfections in your laminate floors

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Bd0FL-VEF4