How can I repair AWFUL scratches on my engineered hardwood floors?
My son (I love him still!) kept taking the rug out from under his chair when he was playing games. He would replace the rug after the game and the damage went unnoticed! I cannot replace this floor currently. Help! Is there any way to fix the scratches in the wood floors?
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You would need to sand them out and re poly those spots
Hi Lisa: Aw man! That guy :( Well, here are a couple of sites you can check out with him and have him help you do the work. Nothing says "I won't do that again!" like having to fix it yourself and/or buy the products to do the job :)
This should get you started. By the way kid, leave the carpet alone after this is fixed! :) Good luck
I've had great success with these wood markers to cover all kinds of scratches. Start with the lightest color first and wipe away excess quickly. Move up to the next shade if needed.
That's deep enough, I don't think you can sand it out of engineered wood thats not that thick. I would get a couple colors of tinted wood fillers, and fill them in. Then add a few coats of water-based poly on top, looks like satin finish.
You could try filling the deep scratches with Wax Crayon the colour of the floor, rubbing across the grain so it is gradually filled. rub over in line of grain with clean cloth. Leave it to dry out and solidify.remove excess wax by simply scraping it away. Light scratches could be covered using Scratch cover (comes in light medium and dark wood). Good luck!
Hi my name is Bludwin from quality hardwood floors if the floor is real ingenier and not leminate you can sand it but have to be done by professional because is not room for mistake I done bunch of those but you you have to do the complete floor if you do just spots will look bad