Posted by Victor (184.108.40.206) on December 05, 2001 at 13:34:38:
In Reply to: Pour... posted by Paco on December 05, 2001 at 13:19:29:
to do something like that. I used what they call an ice breaker around here, it's a garden like hoe like tool except the blade is straight, not bent at a right angle. Used a grinder to put a sharp beveled edge on it, with the bevel down as to not dig into the floor.
My kitchen floor has this new Armstrong vinyl thats only glued around the edge and the seams. Still a lot of work. One time I rented a floor sander. Sure the belts gummed up after a bit, but I had more money than time at the time so kept on replacing the belts. Least it shredded the adhesive so it was easier to scrape up.
Some people just put a new floor over the old, sell the place and move out.
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