How to Un-Scratch Your Floors with Mike Montgomery: How to Undo


In this episode of "How to Undo," Mike Montgomery shares his expertise on how to un-scratch your floors. Scratched floors can be a cause of concern for many homeowners, but with the right techniques, they can be easily repaired.

Montgomery begins by explaining that the first step is to determine the severity of the scratch. Minor scratches can often be fixed with simple at-home remedies, while deeper scratches may require professional help.

For minor scratches, Montgomery suggests using a floor wax or polish to fill in the scratch and make it less noticeable. He advises applying the product to a clean cloth and gently rubbing it onto the scratched area in a circular motion.


This will help to blend the scratch with the surrounding floor surface.

If the scratch is more severe, Montgomery recommends using a wood filler or putty to fill in the damaged area. He suggests using a putty knife to carefully apply the filler, making sure to smooth it out evenly. Once dry, the excess filler can be sanded down to create a smooth surface.

In cases where the scratch is too deep to repair on your own, Montgomery advises seeking the assistance of a professional floor refinishing service.


They have the expertise and tools necessary to fix deep scratches and restore the floor to its original condition.

In conclusion, preventing and repairing scratches on your floors is possible if you follow the right steps. Whether it's a minor scratch or a deeper one, with the right techniques, your floors can be un-scratched and restored to their former beauty.