How to repair clear coat spot on wood floor panel?
Chas' Crazy Creations on Apr 05, 2018Here is a video that might help - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fDPa8K6z8HkHelpful Reply
Amy Ogden-Paparone on Apr 05, 2018Hi Lori,First lightly sand the effected area and wipe clean. Sand at least an inch past the spot you're working with on all sides. If the color is no longer matching you can get a furniture pen and match the color of the floor. Then get a small can of polyurethane in the finish of the floor, matte, gloss or high gloss. and lightly apply the first coat with a loose brush. Continue until it matches up with the rest of the floor.Helpful Reply
DesertRose on Apr 05, 2018I would try an old remedy for furniture, for covering such spots. It is called Old English and works great. It comes in dark or light and from the photo it would appear you would want dark. You can find it where furniture polish is sold. It is more of a wood stain / cleaner for furniture, but works on any wood surface. It certainly would probably work on that spot to hide it very well. Put a little on the rag and rub it in. Hope this helps.Helpful Reply
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Chas' Crazy Creations on Apr 05, 2018I hope it helps - good luck :)Helpful Reply
Zac Builds on Apr 08, 2018Hey Lori, unfortunately to properly repair any flooring it's going to be a pretty labor intensive job. Some other hometalkers have given you good advice on how to do it.But, before you go to all the effort of repairing what looks to be a very small defect, I'd check your local renting/landlord rules and regulations. In most areas floors are considered a wear item and expected to degrade with regular use.Helpful Reply
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