By Patricia9541 from NY
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I removed my old chard cracking tiles by heating them with a hair dryer then peeling them up. I had been chipping away at them little by little, taking tiny pieces off at a time. Then i tried the hair dryer and they came off in one piece. The adhesive however. I have not tried to remove yet. I would also like some tips on that!
By Lisa K03/17/2010
Wow as a remodeling contractor I usually hear how do I get these to stay down.
If you can get one up or a corner of one then use a floor scraper which you can rent inexpensively (or borrow from a handy friend) sometimes you can use a flat head shovel and get under them and scrape them off.
By Myrna 03/02/2010
There's a tool that looks like a hoe only larger without the curve in the metal and is on a long wooden handle. Works perfectly for sliding under tile and breaks up easily. When the edge feels dull from overuse, just resharpen and the work goes smoothly.
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I am having a heck of a time trying to remove self stick tiles on kitchen floor and ultimately removing the sticky stuff that they leave behind. I would really appreciate any suggestions. Thanks
Linda from, New York City
After spending the better part of a weekend prying up tiles, we decided to simply replace the particleboard underflooring. It was much easier. You just have to make sure that you fill in any gaps and screw holes because anything that sticks up or dips will show through your new tile. Good luck. I've been so much happier with my new floor. (11/20/2007)
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