How to Remove Linoleum Flooring from Concrete?


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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If heat and scraper won t work ( plus elbow grease) If you get 80/90% of it up you ll be in good shape. Use a strong modified thin set . Let set an extra day since the thin set will
Answer Rub them away with a pencil eraser. This works for any marks caused by rubber soled shoes or chair feet as well as other mystery marks
You will have to break out a small area of the surrounding concrete first. Then you will use a Heavy Jack and Chain to pull the pole out of the ground. If the chain will not stay
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