How to Remove Yellowing on Vinyl Floors?


Having yellowing vinyl floors can be extremely frustrating. One of the best ways to remove this yellowing from your vinyl floors is to use a mixture of baking soda and peroxide. The effects will vary based on the condition and what type of vinyl floors you have.
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