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How to remove construction adhesive from concrete?How to remove construction adhesive from concrete?


Is there any other reason it is furred-out (electric runs, ect.)? It looks like someone tried to scrape a little, gave up and furred it. At the state it's currently in, I'm guessing your trying to see if this is a possibility or whether you are going to have to reuse the furring strips also. I see a few options:

  • Have fun scraping
  • Reuse the furring
  • Scrape what you have to; plasterers skim coat the whole thing
  • Get a quote just leaving it for the plasterers to deal with

I would suggest trying some of the linked suggestions before you pull down the furring. Anything besides just reusing them isn't going to be fun.

How to remove construction adhesive from concrete?


Is there any other reason it is furred-out (electric runs, ect.)? It looks like someone tried to scrape a little, gave up and furred it. At the state it's currently in, I'm guessing your trying to see if this is a possibility or whether you are going to have to reuse the furring strips also. I see a few options:

  • Have fun scraping
  • Reuse the furring
  • Scrape what you have to; plasterers skim coat the whole thing
  • Get a quote just leaving it for the plasterers to deal with

I would suggest trying some of the linked suggestions before you pull down the furring. Anything besides just reusing them isn't going to be fun.

How to remove construction adhesive from concrete?


Is there any other reason it is furred-out (electric runs, ect.)? It looks like someone tried to scrape a little, gave up and furred it. At the state it's currently in, I'm guessing your trying to see if this is a possibility or whether you are going to have to reuse the furring strips also. I see a few options:

  • Have fun scraping
  • Reuse the furring
  • Scrape what you have to; plasterers skim coat the whole thing
  • Get a quote just leaving it for the plasterers to deal with

I would suggest trying some of the linked suggestions before you pull down the furring. Anything besides just reusing them isn't going to be fun.

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How to remove construction adhesive from concrete?


Is there any other reason it is furred-out (electric runs, ect.)? It looks like someone tried to scrape a little, gave up and furred it. At the state it's currently in, I'm guessing your trying to see if this is a possibility or whether you are going to have to reuse the furring strips also. I see a few options:

  • Have fun scraping
  • Reuse the furring
  • Scrape what you have to; plasterers skim coat the whole thing
  • Get a quote just leaving it for the plasterers to deal with

I would suggest trying some of the linked suggestions before you pull down the furring. Anything besides just reusing them isn't going to be fun.