You have broken your old carpet in anticipation of having a new carpet or floors installed differently. It’s all rolled up and thrown out of trash. His work has been completed. Wait a minute! And carpet padding under old carpet? You know, fluffy things that made her so cushiony carpet walk on? Your job is not done until it is torn up, too; and that part of job may require little more effort.
If carpet padding placed on top of wooden floors, it may have become stuck to wood. Start removal process by prying one edge of carpet with a screwdriver, taking care not to damage wood floor. If fill tears easily, you may be able to just rip it into strips. If it seems to stick or uneven Come on, hold tight and cut with his knife. Once you have ripped stuffing, pull up any remaining studs. There is no simple way to do this. Work is not difficult; only long because each one must be lifted tack one with a pair of needle nose pliers. Pour few drops of mineral water in areas where carpet padding is attached to timber, and gently loosen with a spatula. Wipe away any residue with an adhesive remover such as Goo Gone.