How to Remove Latex Rubber Carpet and Tile Adhesive from a Cement Floor

Carpeting and tile glued to a concrete floor can usually be pulled up easily, but removing the dried latex mastic (glue) that remains is a labor-intensive, challenging, and potentially dangerous job. Getting the mastic off is a multiple-step process.

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