I've done glued down linoleum with a Harbor Freight multitool
(#67256). It isn't all that fast, but it does get after the adhesive
layer well enough to make the job possible. Ought to work on your
On my boat, not exactly the same and smaller, I just got a hold of one
end and ripped it up. Then scrapped where it did not come up clean.
You do not need a real good surface if you are recarpeting as you can
cover it with a pad.
It looks to be glued down to the hardwood floor all over. We plan to put
sub floor and some kind of tile. Although the blood of the person
who put it
down does sound promising - but not at church LOL
> On Sep 25, 1:46 pm, Dymphna <Dymphna.3z3...>
> > It looks to be glued down to the hardwood floor all over. We plan to
> down a sub floor and some kind of tile. Although the blood of the
who put it down does sound promising - but not at church LOL
> > --
> If f this is for a church project may I suggest a pancake
> and lots of knees and elbows.
We are a mission church -
not that many to help LOL
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