Vinyl Floor Discoloration

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Old 06-24-02, 08:40 PM
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Vinyl Floor Discoloration

Here's my problem. I have a vinyl kitchen floor , brand name, approximately 20 years old and has been well maintained and looks great except for the following. Note the vinyl floor was laid over a concrete foundation.

Discoloration is appearing in several areas, the floor is a gold color and the discoloration is a dull beige/yellow. We are certain that nothing has been spilled on the areas nor has there been any type of rugs placed thereon. The only preserative that we use on the floor has been liquid wax. Also does any one know if there is a way to post a picture on forums which would show the problem. Thanks in advance.
 
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Old 06-25-02, 04:58 AM
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Discoloration of vinyl

While most vinyl products will discolor with age, sunlight, chemical reactions from rubber backed rugs and chemicals, and asphalt tracking, discoloration can also result from underneath the vinyl. This can occur on concrete floors due to moisture conditions in the substrate.
 
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