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Repairing sike marks in floor.

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by pragmatic, Jan 20, 2005.

  1. pragmatic

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    I've got some spike marks in laminate flooring, I was wondering if anyone knew of a way to hide these?
    Please don't suggest a rug or something as that would just be facieses.
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    I have the stuff in my kitchen. Grey slate effect stuff (Never again!) I found worktop (Kitchen) repair kits from any kitchen manufacturer or installer does the job very well. You can usually mix up the colours to get what you need.
     
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    Thanks sounds good, i was thinking of some silicon stuff, but as the wood effect is only on the surface that wouldn't help.
    Your surgestion sounds like something worth thinking about, just something that looks similar will do i think.
     
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    focus or Wickes sell the stuff in a little kit and it works quite well for small areas of damage.
     

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