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Floors > Scuff Marks

Colgate Regular Flavor Toothpaste and Oral-B Toothbrush. Squeeze some Colgate Regular Flavor Toothpaste on a clean, used Oral-B Toothbrush and scrub scuff marks off the floor with ease.

Cutex Nail Polish Remover. Gently rub a scuff mark on a tile floor with a cotton ball saturated with Cutex Nail Polish Remover, then wipe any residue clean with soapy water.

Kiwi Scuff Remover. To clean black scuff marks from a vinyl floor, rub Kiwi Scuff Remover (for shoes) on the mark and then wipe clean with a paper towel or a soft, clean cloth.

Miracle Whip. Use a dab of Miracle Whip to clean black scuff marks from a tile or vinyl floor.

Pam Cooking Spray. To remove scuff marks from the floor, spray the marks with Pam Cooking Spray and wipe clean with a soft cloth.

Pink Pearl Erasers. Use a Pink Pearl Eraser to erase scuff marks from the floor.

Skin So Soft Body Lotion. Use a drop of Avon Skin So Soft Body Lotion on a soft, clean cloth to wipe scuff marks from a tile or vinyl floor.

Vaseline Petroleum Jelly. Rub a dab of Vaseline Petroleum Jelly on scuff marks on vinyl or tile floors and buff with a soft, clean cloth.

WD-40. To clean stubborn black scuff marks from vinyl floors, spritz the spots with a little WD-40 and rub clean with a paper towel. The petroleum distillates in WD-40 help dissolve the blotch.

Wesson Corn Oil. Put a few drops of Wesson Oil on a soft, clean cloth or a sheet of paper towel and gently rub the scuff mark away.

Wilson Tennis Balls. Carefully cut an X in a Wilson Tennis Ball, insert a broomstick into the tennis ball, and then use the tennis ball on a stick as if it were a giant pencil eraser to erase the scuff marks. The janitorial staffs of large buildings use this handy trick.

 
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