How do I remove wood parquet flooring that is glued down super tight?
We are trying to replace all the flooring on our main floor, and open up our kitchen. All the flooring has come out easily so far, except this parquet. It is glued down super tight, and when we try to get it up it is shredding the tiles and ripping the subfloor (which we are trying to salvage). We have already rented a machine that was supposed to help, but even it didn’t do anything to it. Any other ideas?
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