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 How to Remove Glued Down Vinyl Floor?

Answer Depending on the area, removing vinyl flooring can be an all-day job. Vinyl flooring is not difficult to remove but the adhesive that holds the flooring to the sub-floor is where the problem lies. ... Read More »
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How do I remove glued vinyl flooring?

PreparationExamine the floor to ensure it does not have any asbestos. If the tiles date back to the 1970s or earlier, they will have asbestos. Newer tiles have almost no chance of containing asbest... Read More »
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How to remove paper glued to floor?

get a paper towel and wet it good. lay paper towel on paper stuck on floor, wait 5 minutes and paper on floor will come right up
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How do I remove carpeting with foam backing glued to the floor?

Scrape Away AdhesiveUse either a floor scraper or other tool with a wide blade to scrape up and remove as much of the adhesive between the foam and floor as possible. Every few feet cut away the fo... Read More »
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How do I remove a vinyl floor?

Cut the vinyl floor into 9-inch-wide strips with a sharp utility knife, the length of the room. Wedge a flat putty knife under the vinyl until it lifts off the floor, creating a handhold. Pull the ... Read More »
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