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Before you begin the time-consuming task of removing the vinyl covering from your basement or mudroom floor, you should ask yourself whether it's really necessary; in many cases, you can lay a new floor directly over old vinyl. If there's no other way, and the flooring is very old, you need to test both the vinyl and the adhesive for asbestos.

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Pull the linoleum up in strips to reveal the linoleum glue. If difficult, try a heat gun to soften it, and then pull it off. You can also gently wet the floor and let it soak for a few minutes. Then, try scraping it and it should come off without as much effort. You can use the same process to remove vinyl flooring glued to concrete.

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Rent a compact floor scraper at HD. Purchase a 4" razor scraper and Henry Easy Release Adhesive remover. Remove top layer of vinyl surface to expose paper and glue backing. Mix Henry solution with ...

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Remove vinyl flooring from concrete by heating up the flooring with a heat gun to break the adhesive bond and then prying the vinyl surface off with a putty knife. After removal of the flooring, grind off any remaining adhesive using a floor grinder. Prepare for removal

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Removing linoleum floor from a concrete base can be hard work. However, with the right materials and guidelines, this is a task you can accomplish yourself. The biggest challenge is created by the adhesive used to attach the linoleum onto the concrete, as it can leave a mess behind.

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Do you mean vinyl tile and/or sheet vinyl? If you intend to put another flooring material down then you shouldn't remove it. Put the new material over it. This is how it is always done. If this is an older home/building (say before 1970 ?) You s...

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When removing old laminate from over the top of a concrete floor, the goal is to get it done as quickly and easily as possible so you can get right to the remodel as opposed to spending all your ...

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Removing old vinyl isn’t as simple as peeling or scraping the material off the concrete. Vinyl flooring mastic, which is the glue that holds vinyl in place, usually keeps its tight bond with the ...

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How to Remove Linoleum. Linoleum is a cost efficient and environmentally friendly floor covering that is often found in kitchens, foyers, laundries, or meeting rooms. Linoleum is easily installed to a subfloor in one of two ways: full bonding or perimeter bonding. The entire subfloor is coated with adhesive during a...