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- Removing old vinyl floor tiles?
Do you need to lift them? I had old lino tiles straight onto unsealed concrete in a house I used to own. 50% of them came up, the rest were going to be there for another 1000 years. We just ended up putting self-levelling compound down and raised the floor a couple of mm then put the new flooring on that. It wasn’t noticable.Posted 6 years agotroutMember
Have taken up trillions of old tile over the years
tool of choice is a ladies garden spade sharpened up with the angry grinder
or you can hire an electric stripper but they are not too good on very worn tiles.
we always try and get them up if possible. because screeding over them can cause issues later depending on what flooring you install on topPosted 6 years ago
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