Tile resurfacing is a process that helps restore and protect tiles in your flooring. By removing the old adhesive and sealant, the installer can then apply a new adhesive and sealant to the tile. This will help to prevent moisture and dirt from seeping through the tiles and causing staining or wear. 

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Here are few tips how to remove tile resurfacing:

Prepping the Floor

1. Clean the floor using a scrub brush and water. Make sure to get into all the nooks and crannies.

2. Prepare the surface by prepping it with a sealant or wax. This will help reduce water damage and protect the new tile installation.

3. Remove all the old tiles with a chisel, diamond-tipped saw, or hammer and chisel. Be careful not to damage the new tile installation. If necessary, use a drill to break up any large pieces of tile.

Covering the Area to be Refinished

1. Use a vacuum cleaner with a hose attachment –

If you want to remove the adhesive without damaging the tiles, use a vacuum cleaner with a hose attachment. Make sure to use the right type of vacuum cleaner – one with a brush bar – and be careful not to damage the tiles. Use a wet cloth to clean up any excess adhesive.

2. Use acetone or methylene chloride –

If you want to remove the adhesive more quickly, use acetone or methylene chloride. Be very careful when using these substances, and wear gloves and eye protection. Acetone will evaporate quickly, so make sure to cover the area well.

Clean-Up and Maintenance

1. Use a vacuum cleaner to remove any loose debris.

2. Wipe down the entire surface with a damp cloth to remove any excess water or adhesive.