To remove glue from a concrete floor, pour boiling water onto the surface and then scrape it off of the concrete. Finish by washing the floor. More »

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To remove glue from concrete, scrape away the glue, soften the residue with boiling water, iron away stubborn areas and scrub away any remaining adhesive. If the glue does not come off with manual scrubbing and scraping,... More »

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To remove carpet glue from wooden floor, identify the type of the glue. If the glue is tan or dark brown, coat the glue with mineral spirits. If the glue is yellow, apply adhesive remover. Once you have applied the chemi... More »

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A power-floated concrete floor is one that is finished using a power trowel to level and harden the floor's surface. Power floating is generally done on large concrete surfaces that are expected to see heavy usage, such ... More »

To remove the glue left over after removing a floor tile, scrape along the floor with a sharp edged scraper, working back and forth across the entire area to break the glue loose from the floor. Use a shop vac or broom a... More »

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Remove price sticker glue and the residue left behind by scraping off as much as possible, applying a solvent or other solution, scrubbing with a soft brush or towel, rinsing the surface and washing the item. Trying more... More »

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To remove thinset from a concrete surface, use an electric chipping hammer, and for other surfaces, use a standard floor scraper to chip away at the thinset adhesive. To prep the area before removing thinset, cover furni... More »

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