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Rejuvenate

Model # RJ6WM

Internet # 202676224

Store SKU # 199609

Wood Furniture and Floor Repair Markers

$5.97 /each
  • Fills in scratches, scuffs and damage in any color wood
  • Six convenient colors; great to use on floors and furniture
  • Colors: Maple, Oak, Cherry, Walnut, Mahogany, Espresso

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Product Overview

Restore the look of your interior wood floors, furniture and cabinets. The Rejuvenate Wood Furniture and Floor Repair Markers fill in damage marks. They match natural wood tones in maple, oak, cherry, walnut, mahogany and espresso.

  • Designed for interior use
  • Colors coordinate with maple, oak, cherry, walnut, mahogany and espresso wood finishes
  • Fills in scratches, scuffs and damaged areas to floors, cabinets and furniture
  • Dries to the touch in as little as 45 seconds and dries completely in approximately five minutes

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Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
0.75 
Product Height (in.) 
6.3 
Product Width (in.) 
5.0 in 

Details

Color Family 
Medium-brown Wood 
Interior/Exterior 
Interior 
Interior/Exterior 
Interior 
Paint Product Type 
Patching and Repair Product 
Patching & Repair Product Type 
Wood Restoration 
Product Weight (lb.) 
0.15 lb 
Returnable 
90-Day 

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Can these be used on tile?

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yes
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March 23, 2016
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If you mean ceramic tile I do not believe this product would be for you but wood and vinyl this should work just fine. It's like a magic marker but with stain rather than ink; or a stain like substance.
Ceramic Flooring would require some sort of enamel paint, like the kind used to touch up your Stove or Fridge. Finding the right color, however, may prove to be more of a task than it's worth as Read More
If you mean ceramic tile I do not believe this product would be for you but wood and vinyl this should work just fine. It's like a magic marker but with stain rather than ink; or a stain like substance.
Ceramic Flooring would require some sort of enamel paint, like the kind used to touch up your Stove or Fridge. Finding the right color, however, may prove to be more of a task than it's worth as ceramic paints tend to chance color when subjected to the blast furnace process. If you can find the right color enamel paint that should work just fine. Read Less
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Absolutely not.
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North Dartmouth, Dartmouth, MA 02747, USA
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February 3, 2016
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NO, THEY ARE FOR WOOD SURFACES ONLY
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January 21, 2016
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Yes, you can use these markers on tile. However, they are manufactured for wood.
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Can these markers be used on leather furniture?

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March 23, 2016
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I would be of the opinion that they can soak into leather as it is an oil base item, if memory serves me correctly. You can try it on some out of the way piece just to see how well it might work.
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Absolutely not.
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Newnan, GA
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I used it on leather & it worked well for me.
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September 18, 2015
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Dear Valued Customer,
Thank you for your interest in our wonderful line of products. Our Rejuvenate Wood Repair Markers are not for leather. At this time, we do not have a product that will color leather.
Have a great day!
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September 18, 2015
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yes,, but not sure what your trying to fix/cover,,, be careful I think it wou
ld be very hard to match colors
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How are these markers better than just regular permanent markers?

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Could I just use a regular permanent marker on my laminate flooring, as long as I match the color? Thanks.
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July 12, 2016
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More colors to match many different wood grains. When you cover up the scratch and then wipe right after, only the excess around the scratch comes off. Not sure that a permanent marker will do that.
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For Laminate Flooring, vinyl specifically, any permanent marker will work as long as you get the color as close as possible. These markers, however, are more for Wood Products or Wood Laminate Flooring as they seem to have an oil content to them. I used them on vinyl Laminate Flooring with ok, not great, but ok results where as a permanent marker may have done a better job as far as staying put longer. Read More
For Laminate Flooring, vinyl specifically, any permanent marker will work as long as you get the color as close as possible. These markers, however, are more for Wood Products or Wood Laminate Flooring as they seem to have an oil content to them. I used them on vinyl Laminate Flooring with ok, not great, but ok results where as a permanent marker may have done a better job as far as staying put longer. Because of the oil like content of this marker it does not soak into the vinyl Laminate as well where as it would soak into wood type flooring or furniture. This product seems to be a stain product that can be applied to specific areas with ease and would not cause too much of a mess to surrounding areas. It might not be a bad idea to use some sort of sealer afterwards, such as polyurethane or something like it. This, of course, would depend on your flooring type such as any wood type flooring and not for vinyl flooring. I hope this helps... Read Less
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April 27, 2016
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Dear Valued Customer,
Thank you for contacting us. We suggest you contact your flooring manufacturer if you wish to use a permanent marker on your laminate floor since the improper application of any products will void your warranty.
Have a great day!
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It's just that they are natural wood colors, but a blend is a blend. They work good for me.
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Can you use the rejuvenate floor product on wood furniture

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yes. I have used them on my furniture with success.
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I would venture to say that this will cover wood furniture just as easily as wood flooring, as long as you get the color as close as possible there should be no worries. If the piece of furniture is an antique I would seek other means to restore it as this product may damage its value. Wood is wood, be it flooring or furniture and this product should work just as easily on either.
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Yes, absolutely. It is made for wood furniture.
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February 17, 2016
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Yes, the product can be used on wood furniture.
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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 174 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Dark Worked Okay Light Not So Much I have old furniture and pets, the result is scratches. I wanted to use this to reduce the contrast between finished and raw wood so the scratches would be less visible. Obviously these markers won't eliminate gouges in the wood and varnish like refinishing would. I used the next to darkest marker on the foot of a bed I have, and it did an okay job of diminishing the contrast so the scratches were less noticeable. I used the lightest marker on the scratches in a medium honey oak finished door. The result was so dark the scratches are more noticeable and the color of the marker is a definite red, completely different than the tone and shade shown on the marker. If you have some light scratches in dark wood and don't expect miracles, you might get the individual markers in the appropriate dark shade, but I wouldn't get the whole kit. April 25, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Best $5 dollars I ever spent A few years back my new puppy decided that my two month old fireplace would be a healthy snack to chew on. Ever since i had to stare at this hideious chew marks everyday. Im remodling my living room and decided to attempt to make my fireplace beautiful again that where the markers come in. Wow wow wow. April 8, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good product for hiding light scrates to wood furniture I liked this product for the many available choices in wood tone finish. Very good for concealing light scratches to wood floors, cabinet doors and other wooden furniture. However, this product should not be used where deep to moderate scratches can be seen in the wood floor or furniture. This will require surface refinishing. As a wood surface repair, this product falls short. Excellent choice where light surface sratches or blemishes are evident. March 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fantastic Great product!fast and easy pick-up! Dswrrfthhyyyre July 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Just what the doctor ordered This product is great to use on small furniture and floor scratches, etc. As luck would have it, my wife had me assemble a pantry together last week. I managed to scratch the door on the pantry and was not too happy having to show my wife what I had done. I remembered that I had ordered this product to use on some floor scratches that I had. I used the OAK color and had amazing results. You can no longer tell that the door was scratched. I also used this product on my floor scratches with great results. This product is not designed for use on large scratches but definitely takes care of small ones. June 18, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not to be mistaken for stain pens... A sales associate recommended these as an alternative to the Minwax stain pens, pointing out that one gets five colors for the price of one. I figured, sure, why not? Why not is because these are closer to magic markers of different tones of brown than they are stain. Thankfully I heeded the sage advice of testing them on a piece of scrap before the piece I was repairing. They are no substitute for Minwax stain pens. Even the lightest is quite dark. July 13, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by NICE PRODUCT TO COVER UP THOSE MINOR SCUFFS AND NICKS A nice easy to use product to cover up scratches, scuffs and minor nicks in wooden furniture and floor surfaces. They are easy to use and dries a lot faster then stain pens. Very similar to a permanent marker in look with the ease of no mess application to surface. Rub marker across scratch, dent, etc. and wipe off excess to blend into surrounding surface and your done. They do seem to work better on solid wood surfaces than wood laminate furniture. February 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good but need lighter colors I did some amazing revitalizations with these things- very handy. They are great for scratches and water spots, but I even used them for a rather large project to darken the overall whitening from moisture damage over many years on slatted cabinet doors, and they worked out well. The colors are dark/medium to very dark and all lean to the red side. None are good on light and more neutral finishes such as natural, golden oak and driftwood finishes. For example the oak and walnut markers worked best on a dark mahogany/walnut finished cabinet. The mahogany marker was more of a burgundy. The maple and oak are dark on honey/golden oak, so have to make them look like grain lines. They do not blend well with a cloth. The ink dries immediately upon application, so you really need to get the color and stroke right. I’ve used Chartpak and Prismacolor design/art markers on wood and they blend better, but these Rejuvenate markers hold their color well when I lemon-oil over them. The tips are a good shape to do both fine grain lines and broad staining strokes, but the chisel edge is not quite sharp enough to get all the way into inside corners where two surfaces meet at 90 degrees. Overall they do the job on darker finishes. I hope they come out with a lighter color assortment to complete the possibilities. February 10, 2016
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