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Old Posted: 13-10-2009 , 02:51 PM #1
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Default easy way of removing tiles

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can any1 help me. im trying to take my old floor tiles of d floor. any idea how to do it. without making dust real bad.
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Old Posted: 13-10-2009 , 03:20 PM #2
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you may have to break up the first one but if you try using a hammer and large flat chisel you may be able to prise them up without even breaking them. Try getting the tip of the chisel under the middle of the tile and then tap gently while lifting. Good luck
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Old Posted: 13-10-2009 , 05:47 PM #3
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thanks for tat.
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Old Posted: 13-12-2010 , 04:16 PM #4
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Default Retiling A Floor

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can any1 help me. im trying to take my old floor tiles of d floor. any idea how to do it. without making dust real bad.
I put new tiles over old Terracotta ones. Other than adjusting the doors it worked out well
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Old Posted: 10-10-2011 , 04:12 PM #5
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can any1 help me. im trying to take my old floor tiles of d floor. any idea how to do it. without making dust real bad.
just done my own kitchen sealed up all the doors and hired a kango for the day
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Old Posted: 01-11-2016 , 04:49 PM #6
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You can get a tile remover I would suggest googling it to see what I'm talking about.. if you buy one you can always sell it once you're finished the job
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