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Default A sticky problem

On Nov 2, 8:38*pm, Nate Nagel wrote:
Pat wrote:
I just ripped up some one old one-piece vinyl flooring. *Around the
edges, it was glued down.

There's residual glue when the flooring came up. *I'm going to put
down self-stick 12x12 squares. *I was just wondering if anyone knew if
the glue would cause any problems of if I should go get some glue
remover and take it down to the wood.



I'd get as much up as I could. *How hard is the glue and could you just
scrape or sand it off?


replace "roosters" with "cox" to reply.

It's not rigid. It's like a super-adhesive rubber cement.