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 a... More »

To remove dried concrete from vinyl siding, use a concrete dissolver like Speedy-Clean Concrete Dissolver. As of 2014, this dissolver is advertised as a 100 percent biodegradable green cleaner that uses acids to break do... More »

Install self-adhesive floor tiles by cleaning the floor, finding the center of the room and marking perpendicular lines that intersect at the center, and aligning the marks. Cut the edge tiles to fit and add trim to cove... More »

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To remove vinyl tile adhesive, scrape the adhesive up using a putty knife and a heat gun, and remove the remaining adhesive using a solvent. When using solvent, refer to the manufacturer's instructions, and work in a wel... More »

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To remove latex caulk, first soften it using latex caulk remover, heat it up using a hair dryer or a heat gun, then scrape it away using a knife once it gets soft. Applying the caulk remover is simple; simply squeeze the... More »

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Reviews for COREtec Plus vinyl flooring can be found online at websites that sell vinyl flooring materials, such as RubberFlooringInc.com. These are typically short reviews written by customers on the product listing pag... More »

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To install vinyl flooring, remove the furnishings, appliances and doors from the room, and remove the toilet if installing the flooring in a bathroom. Remove the trim moulding around the perimeter of the floor, and remov... More »

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