How to remove tile adhesive from concrete floor?

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Asked Mar 21, 2016
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Answered Mar 20, 2018
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Answered May 29, 2018
Use hot water to mop the floor where there is the tile adhesive. This is one of the best ways to soften the mastic without damaging the floor. Make sure the adhesive has softened after a bit, then use your scraper to more easily chip away and remove it.
Answered Aug 28, 2018
Polyurethane Adhesives from Parson Adhesives are primarily used for automotive applications and industrial applications, mainly for repair and maintenance work. Polyurethane Adhesives provide excellent bonding for both, like and dislike surfaces including ceramics, plastics, rubber, glass, metals, and wood. Because of their versatility, Polyurethane Adhesives are widely used where it is required to have higher efficiency at a low operating cost. They find applications in industries like Aerospace, Automobile, Marine, Locomotives, and Optical & Glass Bonding Applications.
Answered Jan 08, 2019
Anaerobic adhesives fill the gaps between metal components in an assembly. The anaerobic adhesives are because of this property that they are used to extend the seal or hold components of a mechanical assembly together – all these applications usually require high shear power.
Answered Feb 07, 2019

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