Removing Lino

Postby ritae » Sun Jul 01, 2007 8:19 am

When removing our lino to prepare for sanding and polishing, we discovered our kitchen lino was glued solidly to the floorboards. The lino is over 50 years old, and has a cardboard-like backing that is difficult to remove. The surface of the lino can come off without the backing when trying to remove it. Do you have any suggestions for removing the lino? Thanks!
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