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Hard wood floors have always been in style. Because of their classic look and natural beauty, wood floors have been able to stay contemporary no matter what decade it is. However, they can get scuffed and scratched. But never fear, in this section you'll find out what you can do to keep your floors looking their best. You can also find out how to repair minor scratches and holes.

While they're not as easily stained as carpets, sometimes your wood floors can get to be a bit discolored. Trying to remove minor stains can help bring your floors back to life. However, when cleaning isn't enough, you may just need to replace the floor boards altogether.

Maybe the problem isn't the look of your floors but the sound. When the squeak of your floors is more than you can take, then it's time to take action. Luckily, there are several things you can do to fix your squeaky wood floors.

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