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Re: [Shop-talk] Floor scraper...but it's not that easy

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Subject: Re: [Shop-talk] Floor scraper...but it's not that easy
From: "Bob Kegel" <>
Date: Tue, 3 Nov 2015 17:36:07 -0800 s=q20140121; t=1446600971; bh=ouvFeuIAJOzLq15UD6Og3yzsZEarf+5D5TJvi2k79ZI=; h=Received:Received:Message-ID:Reply-To:From:To:Subject:Date: MIME-Version:Content-Type; b=joQq0MQeVOgwtmR6X2eQeUuRpO5RV2eZEzWALLzj43X2HXEJnmcIykie8sboanEa/ CwxjGEJ58kh/GaJ/OQVw4pMVE8/EVhcUMdkYeE2yFrqD7VkZ4CypCNUMaMPx6KzQW1 cMIhDiSI6NJEQi9AnAOMNGPY4u3/TqjKahjXDQD3uSQuAfsTKdJsaIRBqo6eigeQzn 7HqL8eY7vioMGBBfZ8e9L216jCYkg2rIS5KiL7jJ57A80OoT0gR4zdqmh7OZKB6GFK rxmVipgB5GuW2q/YclYHNym25ptSIrJ+muZFbunsETy2ww3L3azOiUcmuOq6oaHBTf EZ5ViFlvdM4HA==
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> I ended up using a "multi tool" from Harbor freight

I'll second that.
I got a "Genesis GMT15A Multi-Purpose Oscillating Tool" off of Amazon for a 
flooring project.  The scraper worked really well for removing vinyl tile 
and carpet adhesive from a concrete slab.

Some time later, SHMBO wanted the bathroom professionally redone. The 
contractor looked at the 1960's vintage floor tiles and started muttering 
about asbestos testing. "If the tile's not here when you come back tomorrow, 
there's no problem, right?" says I. "Nope," says he. The scraper did a fine 
job on a wood subfloor, too. 

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