WOOD FLOORS;


I've removed the carpet & most of the old rubber padding. (70's?) What I have left is either sticky glue stuff which I don't think I'll have a problem with & hardend, flattened out, 'concrete' like padding in the 'traffic' areas.
What is the best way to remove these short of pulling your hairs out & breaking your back?!?!
Menards suggested some liquid stuff that you put on, let sit, scrub, then scrape up. doesn't really work.
I don't want to gouge out the floor & am in no way, what so ever putting carpet down again. LOL
thanks in advance.
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