I recently bought a house with some very ugly carpeting in one of the rooms. I thought removing it would be easy, but boy did I get a surprise! The previous owners used Liquid Nails adhesive to glue the ENTIRE thing down! Any ideas on how to remove the carpet and glue from the wood floor underneath without ruining the wood?How do you remove Liquid Nails adhesive from a wood floor?
With this being a construction adheasive it makes it very strong - and basically impossible to remove easily. From my research most people are saying to use a chisel, scraper, heat gun or combination of those item for removal. But these also seem to apply for smaller job then what you are facing. I also found a Liquid Nails Remover - its a gel but appears to come in small packages.....so again for your job it would take forever to get it done. How big is the room - is there a possibility of installing a new floor?
Here is the link for the remover if you would like to take a look
Hope you find a soloution.