Any way to repair a linoleum floor?
Sorry, you have ruined your floor. Whatever was in the air freshener has destabilized the vinyl covering of the floor and you have a mess on your hands. You could try vinegar on the area to see if the tacky will stop...perhaps..but you cannot restore the finish. IF you are creative, you could paint the floor with polyurethane, but as far as the old finish goes, it's done for. If it is in a spot that can be covered with a mat, then do so..if not, have a new floor installed. IF you are strapped for cash, then try clear poly in an inconspicuous area....if it holds, then do the whole floor...that may restore it to one finish. But, if this is your house and you can afford it, then put down some new flooring. Sorry, Goldwing
Goldwing may be right, BUT. . . . I'll assume that whoever put down the stuff did not leave some spare linoleum. However, if there is a part of that floor that is never or rarely seen, you can scavenge some linoleum from that spot, and use a piece to fix that area. Under the fridge or stove, in a closet, that sort of thing. Cut a piece big enough to cover the area, keeping in mind matching the pattern, if any. Lay the repair piece over the spoiled area, and using a razor knife, cut around the repair part, into the floor itself, so that the repair part will set perfectly into the spoiled area when the area is cut and scraped out.
there is not a restoration equipment that i be attentive to of, yet maximum linoleum is vinyl composite based. you would be able to wanna look into the charges on some peel and stick 12 x 12 linoleum tiles, they are relatively low-value as long as you dont have plenty to do. consistent with risk do merely rather further out from the washer and dryer