Scratches, Indentations and Surface Abrasions

Scratches, Indentations and Surface Abrasions

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Scratches go across plank joints

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Locally caused scratches

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Scratch resistant does not mean scratch proof

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Abrasions

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Abrasions

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Scratches

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Something dragged across the floor

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Scratches

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Something dragged across the floor

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This protector will damage any floor

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Protector has shifted and ineffective

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The felt protector is useless

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Protectors need periodic replacement

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Broken chair protector

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Plastic protectors can damage hard surface flooring

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Improper chair protector can damage flooring

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Hard plastic casters can damage hard surface flooring

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What you need to know

Vinyl floor covering material can have a protective factory-applied urethane coating which can be is highly resistant to scratches, certain stains, and abrasions, however, it is not indestructible.  All surfaces including plastic/vinyl, glass, concrete, wood, laminate, tile, or even steel can scratch, scuff, abrade or mar when something sharp or abrasive is drawn across the surface. Dull or non-abrasive objects can also cause scuffs and scratching of vinyl flooring.

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