Easy Steps to Fix Hardwood Floor Scratches Detailed in a Recently Released Article by Remnant King Carpets

Remnant King Carpets, a Seattle-based flooring company, recently released an article detailing easy ways to repair scrapes and scratches on hardwood floors.

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Most of these scratches can be easily fixed or disguised until the next time the floor is refinished.

“There are times when dropped items, rough shoes, pet’s claws, or the kid’s horse play can scratch or dent an exquisite, hardwood masterpiece,” says a newly released article by Remnant King Carpets.

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) June 21, 2014

“There are times when dropped items, rough shoes, pet’s claws, or the kid’s horse play can scratch or dent an exquisite, hardwood masterpiece,” says a newly released article by Remnant King Carpets. The blog post details three easy steps to repairing hardwood floor scratches.

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“Most of these scratches can be easily fixed or disguised until the next time the floor is refinished,” the article continues. In the following three easy steps, Remnant King Carpets describes a simple process to color in and stealthily disguise inevitable hardwood floor blemishes.

The first step mentioned in the article is to determine the severity of the scrape or scratch. If the scrape has penetrated through the surface layer of the wood and has gouged deep into the board itself, fixing the issue may not be so easy. The article recommends that, “If the floor has been gouged as opposed to scraped, the board may need to be replaced or repaired by a professional flooring company or contractor.”

The article recommends, as the next step, that the scraped area by cleaned using warm water or mineral spirits. Next, it’s time to color the scratch to disguise it’s existence.

Remnant King Carpets recommends three options for fill-in coloring tools. A stain marker that matches the color of the hardwood floor can be used to replicate the original color of the scraped area. Or, a homeowner can use the same staining substance that was used to stain their floorboards to recolor the area. Finally, if neither of the previous options are readily available, the homeowner can use a similarly-colored permanent marker to color over the scratch.

The article provides detailed explanations of each of these steps that will guide homeowners through the process of repairing surface scrapes to their rich, polished floorboards.

About Remnant King Carpets:
Remnant King Carpets is a family owned business that has been operating since 1986. They are committed to fitting all home decór needs with quality flooring options. Visit their website for more information.

Remnant King Carpets
800 NW 65th Street
Seattle WA 98117
888.615.8014
http://www.remnantkingcarpet.com


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