Latest Discussions : Flooring & Stairs


12:27PM | 07/18/15
I just ripped up a bunch of old carpet, which was glued directly onto the wood subflooring. I am undecided as to what I will replace it with (I vote laminate, my husband votes new carpet). Do I need to scrape up all of the old glue? Does the type of new flooring I put in have any bearing on this?


11:03AM | 07/19/15
Member Since: 07/22/04
649 lifetime posts
For the most part no as long as the majority of it is off.

Emma Tayor

06:30AM | 07/21/15
Member Since: 06/26/15
19 lifetime posts
You can use the concrete glue removal or floor adhesive remover. Wash the surface with hot water. After that sand the remaining areas with rough grit sandpaper. Additionally, I shared an article which might help you to get flooring ideas as well.
Good luck...!!

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