How to Remove Linoleum Flooring from Concrete?

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You can remove linoleum flooring easily when it's on concrete. Whether you have linoleum tiles or linoleum sheets doesn't matter. Just cut the floor into strips and use either a heat gun or a steamer to warm help you pull the floor off. Then, just scrape off the old adhesive underneath.
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How to Remove Linoleum Floor From Concrete
Removing linoleum from floors is not an easy project and you will need to have some aspirin on hand when you're done. It isn't so much the linoleum that gives you the trouble but the adhesive used to glue it down. You will probably need more than one day... More »
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