We're moving out of our apartment and we need to repair the hardwood floor of our apartment for the next tenant that lives here.
Apologies as I cannot take a picture of the floor at the moment. I will try to describe the damage as best I can.
It is an oaken hardwood floor. For a year and a half I have had a single coffee table with wooden legs placed between our two workstations in the center of the floor. Every day or so, I or my wife will push the coffee table away to give ourselves more room on our side, and inevitably scrape away at the wooden floor beneath. This has resulted in a spot of scraping about as large as my hand (maybe a little smaller).
I'm not sure if we should use wood putty to fill in the area affected, since it's pretty substantial scraping (our TV is on this coffee table, so the damage is a little enhanced), or if we should just use a bit of sandpaper and finish/varnish on the floor.