Pergo laminate floor surface rubbed off

Because I failed to use a platic chair protector between my office chair with rollers and the Pergo, there is a faint surface circle on the Pergo showing where the top protection rubbed off. Any ideas relative to fixing (improving, anyway) the resultant eye sore? tia
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On 8/22/2011 4:46 PM, shellyf_DELETE snipped-for-privacy@hotmail.com wrote:

pergo is basically a picture on top of a substrate. it can't be fixed without replacing the board that is damaged. if you've put it down, you know the effort that would take. if not, then it may be beyond you diy'ing.
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shellyf_DELETE snipped-for-privacy@hotmail.com wrote:

Use your HF Miracle Tool to remove the laminate flooring in the area around your chair.
Fill in the blank spot with ceramic tile.
You'll need: 16 - 12x12" ceramic tiles, $0.70 each for a 4x4' play area Small bag thinset, $5.00 Small bag grout, $5.00 (Optional: 16' transition material, some glue) A week-end afternoon.
You should be out for less than $25 and will have a swell battlefield for your chair.
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On 8/23/2011 7:26 AM, HeyBub wrote:

With a new chair protector, it probably won't be evident. Otherwise you probably wore through whatever clear coat is on Pergo.
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