adhesives can be a tough and can clog diamonds. This is especially true if it is still soft.  You might consider using scrapers by hand or if you use planatary machines, they have scraper segments that will work also.

On Thu, Mar 17, 2011 at 12:50 AM, <> wrote:
I haven't used SCCs strippers (shipping)  but I would use K&E coating remover.
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Here is a project I have been asked to bid. It is a marble hallway that had carpet over it. I'm wondering what it will take to get this stuff off without etching the floor any more than it is?  Would nano-scrub work?
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