I have what I think is an Armstrong, self polishing floor in the kitchen.
It has many, many black heel marks from the garage door to the sink.
We have checked our shoes, rubbing the soles and heel edges on the floor to
try to make the black marks, but no shoe soles or heels are doing it.
I finally think that what is happening, is some of the blacktop driveway
material is maybe getting caught between the groove on the soles, and are
making the 2 inch long marks.
They must fall out, because I can't find them in our shoe sole grooves.
My wife has very strong allergies to most cleaning products.
I know I can rub them out using laquer thinner, but it has to be a windy
day with every window open. Which means I can only clean the floor in spring
or summer. With laquer thinner and a rag.
There must be a better way, some non-toxic, not smelly cleaner that I can
use on the floor, without hurting the floor!
I really appreciate useful suggestions on this problem.
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