@dvsifres21 asked 4 months ago.

How to fix a scratched wood floor?

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@bannuqoce answered 3 months ago.

If you have a scratched wood floor you can use toothpaste to fix it. Just clean the floor, dry it, and then rub a bit of toothpaste on the affected area. Rub it in with a cloth, then rinse it off. The toothpaste should make the scratches less noticeable.
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@ettallari answered 3 months ago.

If your floor is only lightly scratched, then you can use a sanding block and some fine-grade sandpaper to smooth the surface. Start by dusting the floor with a clean, dry cloth and then sand in the direction of the wood grain. After you sand, vacuum the floor and wipe it down with a damp cloth.
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@uzurrali answered 3 months ago.

How to fix scratches in your wood floors is a question that has many different answers. If it's a very minor scratch, the easiest thing to do is to buff it out using a furniture polish and a soft cloth. If the scratches are deeper, it's best to consult a professional to get the best advice on how to fix them.
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@uqesuta answered 3 months ago.

Fixing a scratched wood floor is fairly easy, though it will take some time and elbow grease. You need to remove the paint finish and filler that covers the scratches in the wood. Then you need to fill the scratches with wood filler to smooth them out.

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@uqesuta answered 3 months ago.

To fix a scratched wood floor, you will need to use a sanding block and a paper with an 80-grit (or lower) grit. It’s important to use a lower grit because if you use anything higher you will actually remove the finish from your floor.
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