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Patching A Linoleum Floor

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I have a pinky nail size crack in my linoleum floor. It’s not major but it’s were I can see it and it’s more of a cosmetic issue. Any recommendations?

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11 hours ago, leech~~ said:

Try this may be?  Blending to hide is the hard part.

 

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 Where do you get that at? 

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56 minutes ago, tacklejunkie said:

 

 Where do you get that at? 

 

Not really sure but it's the same company that makes repair kits for car sets, carpet and other things. I got a car seat kit at Fleet Farm from them.

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2 hours ago, tacklejunkie said:

 

 Where do you get that at? 

That kit is $10. on Amazon

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3 hours ago, leech~~ said:

 

Not really sure but it's the same company that makes repair kits for car sets, carpet and other things. I got a car seat kit at Fleet Farm from them.

 

 I went to  Menards and they didn’t have it. I took the picture to Home Depot  and they didn’t have that exact kit but they had another. I think my issue is solved. Thanks to everybody for replying 

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