How do I hide cigarette burn spots on vinyl flooring??
I had solid vinyl residential/light commercial vinyl flooring installed in my kitchen, sunroom, bathroom, & entry less than a year ago. After a recent party I noticed some burned places on the flooring. Any suggestions appreciated.
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You could use an area rug to hide the stains or perhaps you could paint or stencil your floor: https://www.hometalk.com/search/posts?filter=Paint%20linoleum
How rude! From now on, set the smokers up on a porch, or patio. I would be hopping mad. See if these help.
Is it burnt through ? If not try a mixture of baking soda and toothpaste ( non whitening)
I have several different variations of burn levels, most are small but 2 are larger. the worst part is the floor is less than a year old! Thanks for your suggestion.