Q: I had a flood and the engineered wood floor which was laid with rubberized adhesive must come up. It is glued on a concrete slab. What is the best way to remove the floor?
A: Honestly, I think if you know who manufactures the adhesive, your best place to start would be to contact them. I know with Bostik, they have a cleaner that will actually dissolve there urethane adhesives. Perhaps you have Dritac?
Removing glue from wood floor
I recently had hardwood floors ( oak ) installed. During the installation one of the workmen had some glue stuck to his boot and left glue spots in 5 or 6 areas of the floor. The glue is in spots and is not thick but is noticeable. Is there any…
Our installer did not clean the glue up off his knee pads/shoes as he installed. We have tried mineral spirits, lighter fluid. Any other ideas. It was a Bostik adhesive?
Removing floor glued to OSB
I have a very cheap engineered hardwood floor that was destroyed by high heel shoes. It needs to be replaced. It is glued down to Advantech OSB. I have been told this will be a nightmare to remove. I was then told just to nail down 3/4' oak over the…
Removing Applique from Hardwood Floor
Q: We own a rental and did work there recently. The tenants had put up a dartboard and put a Budweiser applique of some type, which is 4 inches by 12 inches, on the hardwood floor as the "throw from" line. Will this damage the floor? I tried to see…