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How to Fix Scratches in Hardwood Floors

by Chris Deziel
If you share your home with a dog, your hardwood floors probably have more than one noticeable scratch, but scrapes and nicks aren't just a problem for pet owners. They can occur even on the toughest finishes when you move a sofa or unwittingly drag a stone under your shoe. Nicks and scrapes that ha...
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