https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9xZv3U1408g A video to help. otherwise try this
I would scrape gently. Then use goo gone to loosen. Turn the scrape on edge to remove between tiles.
WD40 sprayed into the surface and left for a short while. Then wipe with a soft cloth.
Goo Gone or nail polish remover on a clean cloth.
I would try Goo Gone as well. It won't take off the finish on the floors but should take off any adhesive.
Bonnie...Can you send a picture please?
Is this floor has been laid recently try with goo gone or WD-40. If this is an old floor, you may have a problem. Is it melting with heat or with water or damp?
I would have it investigated. Hope that;s of some help.
Hi ! There might be better ways , but I have the same issue with my peel and stick vinyl wood plank flooring , I use my fingernail ! I love the look of my flooring , but I get glue that comes up between the planks , I found that using my nail , I can get it up easily without smearing of spreading it and without doing any damage .
Goo Gone & a tooth brush!
Lemon essential oils work great at removing sticky residue