Laminate flooring is one of the most durable surfaces there is, it doesn't easily scratch or dent. This doesn't mean that it won't scuff every now and again. Proper maintenance of your flooring is crucial to making it last its expected lifetime and to keep any warranty it may come with.
One of the most common methods to remove scuff marks from laminate flooring is to get a microfiber rag and dampen it on one corner. You will want to ring out the excess water, remember we want this damp, not sopping wet. Place the damp end on the scuff mark and use circular motions to remove the mark, following that use the dry end of the reg to soak up any moisture on the laminate. You can use this same method, but instead of water you can use your favorite laminate surface cleaner.
Another method for cleaning scuff marks off of laminate flooring is by using a tennis ball. Yes, a tennis ball. As you already know, tennis balls are coarse to the touch. Although you can just rub the ball on the scuff mark to remove it, an alternative way is to cut an X in the ball and tick in on the top of your broom handle. This is often used so when you're sweeping up your floors if you see a scuff you can just flip over the broom and buff it right off the floor.