How to Remove Old Adhesives From Hardwood Floors?

Answer Adhesive can be found on and in many things. Glues, labels, stickers and contact paper all have some form of adhesive in them or on them. When the adhesive comes in contact with a surface such as h... Read More »

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How do I remove adhesives from concrete floors?

Removing Adhesive From Concrete FloorsScrape the floor with a floor scraper or putty knife to remove as much adhesive as possible. Select an adhesive remover for concrete. Several options are avail... Read More »

How do I remove wax from hardwood floors?

Apply ColdApply ice to the wax for a few minutes, to help it pull away from the wood. Scrape it away with a blunt, flat object like a butter knife or a credit card. Be very careful not to scratch t... Read More »

How do I remove ink from hardwood floors?

Prepare the Ink Stain for RemovalPurchase laundry detergent and a sponge if these items are not on hand. Mix a few drops of detergent into a spray bottle filled with warm water. Shake lightly to mi... Read More »

How to Remove Urine from Hardwood Floors?

Urine on hardwood floors is problematic but removing it is possible. Repeated urine soiling can turn the flooring in that area black, so it is best to take care of the urine as soon as possible and... Read More »