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When tile is removed, it is frequently a two-part process. First, the tile itself is taken up - either cut, pried or chiseled from the floor. Then, the adhesive that was holding it in place must ...

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One of the most frustrating home remodeling tasks is trying to remove an old linoleum or vinyl floor. Even when the linoleum is pulled off, things only get worse. Now you're faced with gobs of old glue or adhesive that seem harder than meteorites all over the floor. Given the project’s difficulty ...

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When it's time to replace tile, the very adhesive used to lay the old tile can become a project's worst enemy. Adhesive is strong for a reason--it's supposed to be strong, to keep tile in place and to give you a good, strong, smooth floor. When embarking on a new tile floor project, be prepared for lots of hard work to remove tile adhesive.

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When vinyl tile is glued to wood floors, the adhesive remains anchored to the floor after removing the tile. The glue needs removed, even if replacing the tile, as the old glue may keep the floor from remaining flush, creating small humps in the vinyl or laminate flooring.

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Vinyl tiles are used to cover many existing floor surfaces, including wood, because they are thin, flexible and adhere well to various substrates. Unfortunately, when the time comes to remove it ...

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Some concrete floors might have the cutback mastic adhesive to plant the tiles. Asbestos was an ingredient of this type of adhesive. Since it is a hard material, removing it from concrete base might be dangerous for the surface. If this is the case, consulting with a flooring expert should be done to prevent any accidental damage to the floor.

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The same quality that makes tile adhesive so reliable can make it a real pain in the rear end when you want to install new tiles, especially if the original floor is concrete. So how do you remove floor tile adhesive from a concrete floor? The thing about tile adhesive is that there isn’t just one kind.

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How to Remove Adhesive From Concrete. If you are removing tile or carpet from concrete, you must remove the adhesive that remains before painting or staining the concrete and, in most cases, before recovering the concrete with tile, wood...

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After you remove all of the old tiles, get a product called Citristrip Adhesive Remover For Floor. It is one of the best adhesive removers to remove old contact adhesive. Use Citristrip or any other adhesive remover, apply generously, wait an hour or 2, and then scrape away to remove it very easily. Be sure to open the windows so the fumes can escape and not overwhelm you while working.

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Removing Old Tile Adhesive From Floor Discussion in ' Adhesive and Grout Forum ' started by dfuk121 , Jun 22, 2011 . Discuss Removing Old Tile Adhesive From Floor in the Adhesive and Grout Forum area at TilersForums.co.uk.