The Scratch Concealer Every Woman (and Man) Wants

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Your floor is a celebrity, a beautiful centerpiece in your home. But over time, a few blemishes marring that lovely hardwood floors would eventually begin to appear. With scuff marks and scratches, your floor would shy away from the spotlight and most certainly would not want to be seen on the front page of House and Home Magazine. So what do you do? You can’t airbrush your wooden floor! You can’t really go to your makeup cabinet and pull out some foundation and mascara, can you? But you can get the equivalent scratch concealer and work the same magic to turn your home into an A list celebrity of the flooring world.  The concealer you need is WearMax! It is one of the best kept secrets when it comes to keeping your floors in perfect condition all the time.

But, as all good looking celebrities know, you can’t just slap on some make up and hope for the best. The key is preparation! Preparation is essential for shine and the pizazz of looking fabulous to be seen by all those who matter and it takes a little time to become perfect. Your floor is the same so remember, once WearMax is applied, your floor needs 3 to 4 hours to cure before it can say “I’m fabulous, come walk on me!".

And don’t forget that for deep scratches or dark stained floors, a touch-up marker should be used as part of a staged process to scratch concealing, just like the wrinkles in your face where that little extra help is required to bring out perfection. There you have it, your floor from drab to fab in no time at all!


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