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Some of these glues can be softened with a wallpaper steamer and scraped off with a lot less mess than a concrete grinder and quicker than you think. Tool rental places probably rent concrete grinders for big jobs like refinishing concrete floors and then you can use a sander that get get into corners.
We ended up using Krud Kutter Adhesive Remover, several pots of boiling water combined with a sturdy long handled floor scraper (& elbo grease) followed by a large orbital sander with 60 grit sanding screens. If the glue is still a bit tacky then first get a bag of flour and throw handfuls of it on the floor, sweep it around on the whole floor. The flour method mentioned above worked quickly and cheaply for a small strip of carpet glue we had ringing the entire basement from previous owners carpet. Because it has attracted low-quality or spam answers that had to be removed, posting an answer now requires 10 reputation on this site (the association bonus does not count). Not the answer you're looking for?Browse other questions tagged concrete carpet glue remove or ask your own question. How many coconut trees would be necessary to support a single, middle-aged human on a deserted island?
In addition to treated wood, what can I use as "booties" to clad the bottom of the posts? There are galvanized post brackets designed to be bolted into the top of a concrete deck pier, and then the end of the post is set into the bracket and nailed in, so there is no direct contact between the post and the concrete pier.
Those were the first thing I thought of, but they're not watertight and in fact would hold moisture around the bottom that otherwise would evaporate quickly. What about going the opposite direction and holding the 4x4s a couple of centimeters off the concrete with something like four chair-leg nylon washers or the metal chair-leg extenders? Agree with MrD that anything with substantial contact to the wood surface might trap moisture and hurt more than help.


Although, to complicate things a little, I have a big piece of flat rubber about the thickness of an inner tube from a Firestone factory. Don't do it - put water seal on the treated wood - the pressure treated wood does better with nothing like that on it. Cement-Off Concrete Dissolver is an environmentally friendly solution designed to remove cementitious products such as cured concrete, stucco and grout from any surface.
Many hair extension methods and products are simply just not safe for the very hair type that could benefit the most. There's also a local store that rents tools, but I'm not sure the extent of their selection, I was able to rent an auger there once for digging fence poles, just as an example. There will be maybe 16 to 20 of them, so they need to be cheap, preferably something I use and throw away. Also, I am not going to screw anything into the concrete because it will be removed one day. Unless someone says don't do it, I am going to take a ground contact treated post and dip it in Thompson's Water Seal, which I have a can of, and put it right on the concrete.
I have never seen this miraculous ground contact pressure treated wood, but I take it it works as is.
The whole carport is fairly stained and spotted with oil, steering fluid, rust and who knows what. Does the ground contact treated wood still work where it is cut through and a new raw end is exposed?
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You need a seal on the concrete to stop water wicking up, not a seal on the wood to stop water draining down. Stick with the 4-inch scraper with around an 18-inch handle length, and don't try to scrape the full 4-inch width do about 2-inch sections at a time.
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  1. EFIR_BOY
    Kids or pets around the house materials: rubber, glass, copper, aluminium can also check out.
  2. mulatka_girl
    Balls or swabs to make small, controlled applications of the solvent using hot glue on stucco.