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Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: 3C Camp-New 5D Home
Re: Glue on Front porch
Goof off would need a lot of it and gets glue all gummy,a mess!
Ive done a lot of glue down carpet and vct tile removal and installs and the glue is either dried out or still gummy. The best way to get the stuff off is to use an attachment for a floor buffer that has carbide 'teeth' on it or rent a tool that has the carbide on it. Got to go slow and control the buffer. If it is dry glue it works well, if its gummy it still works but slower. Un fortunately it may not all come up. To remove more try a orbital floor sander with 40-60 grit. DON'T use the sander first,you will gum it up so bad and go thru cases of sandpaper. I think you may wind up painting the floor or use those epoxy floor kits with the vinyl chips for garage floors to camoflage the remaining glue
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