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Do you have an easy way to remove tile from a floor on a wooden bottom without destroying it where big chunks come out when trying to remove it

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  • rjmar Jun 22, 2010

    i could not find an adhesive remover from Jasco all they have is the glue

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Try using an adhesive remover like Jasco Adhesive Remover. You need to apply it on the sides of the tile you are having difficulty removing and wait for 15 minutes. It will soften the hard adhesive holding the tile and will make the job a lot easier.

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