How do you remove vinyl flooring from concrete?


To remove vinyl flooring from concrete, cut each piece in to sections for easier removal. Slide a knife scraper under the vinyl flooring and pry up. Apply boiling water to the adhesive and let sit for a few minutes before scraping away the adhesive from the floor.
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1. Cut two strips through the vinyl about 6 inches apart, extending from one wall to the opposite one, using a utility knife. 2. Heat the strip with a heat gun, and as soon as the
Vinyl flooring is glued to concrete. Most vinyl flooring has a felt bottom to it, and the glue is spread on the concrete using a 5/32 trowel, then rolled with a 75-100lb roller to
1. Mix 2 cups white vinegar with 2 cups warm water in the bucket. 2. Wet a sponge in the vinegar solution, and scrub the stained area of the floor until the urine stain is no longer
1. Remove all furniture from the vinyl floor and place it into another room. 2. Remove any moldings around the edges of the room that may be holding the vinyl floor in place with
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How to Remove Vinyl Flooring From Concrete
Before you begin the time-consuming task of removing the vinyl covering from your basement or mudroom floor, you should ask yourself whether it's really necessary; in many cases, you can lay a new floor directly over old vinyl. If there's no other way,... More »
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