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How to Get an Orange Stain out of Armstrong Luxury Vinyl flooring

Posted by chipster_2007 (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 11, 11 at 16:08

Just washed my floors today, (it has been awhile), and noticed an orange stain on the floor. I don't know what caused it. I have tried to wash it out with vinegar, mr clean micro scrubber and some alcohol to no avail. Would appreciate any suggestions (that won't damage the surface) that might be helpful in removing this stain. The floor is only 2 yrs old. Has anyone tried any of Armstrong's floor products for vinyl flooring? Thanks

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RE: How to Get an Orange Stain out of Armstrong Luxury Vinyl floo

Not knowing what caused it, I'd make a paste of baking soda and water, let it sit on the stain, then gently scrub at it. Good luck. I have a couple of "mystery" stains on my linoleum kitchen floor, will have a go at them today. I came down this morning to find my daughter had spilled some spaghetti sauce in front of the refrigerator. Part grease, part tomato (acid). I quickly picked it up with a paper towel, then a quick run over with my Swiffer WetJet.

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