Sunday, November 2, 2014
Home maintenance product review
1-(not pictured) is a wood tone colored (I was going for light oak) "pencil" that was used to fill in the lighter scratched area. Yes, it covered it, but the final result wasn't all that great.
2-Wood tone colored "markers": again, I selected the light oak shade and trialed one scratch finding that the end result did look like a kid simply colored on the floor with a marker. Sigh.
3-Old English scratch cover-this left an oily residue much like dusting with lemon oil (my prefered method) would, but instructions are to first cover the scratched area, then wipe residual away. Finally, do the entire area (meaning room in this case). I left it as just addresssing the damaged area.
Bottom line: the Old English product is my top recommendation and I actually later went back and bought a bottle of the dark finish variety, to address some wear and tear on some furniture. We were not charged for any floor damage. : )