by Lee Wyatt
(last updated September 27, 2010)
There is just something about linoleum that makes it age in weird ways. Over time, and usually due to rubber backing on rugs, or excessive changes in heat found around floor registers, linoleum will begin to change colors over time. Usually this will men that the linoleum becomes yellowed, and looks frankly pretty disgusting. Cleaning discolored linoleum like this can often present unique challenges, primarily in the fact that it can be pretty difficult to tell if the linoleum is actually clean or not. However, there are ways that you can go about getting your linoleum clean, and even possibly restoring the original look to your floors again. It may require that you do a little bit of work on your part, but it is entirely possible.
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