Originally Posted by Mbethc33
Yeah I just wanna know if anyone has tried this:
I was thinking of pulling up just enough of the rubber floor to find the seams of the plywood and then Use a heavy duty box cutter/laminate tile cutter to cut the rubber along the seams and then just going straight to lifting up the plywood. Just seems like ripping up the rubber is an unnecessary step if youíre just going to pry up the plywood. Anyone have some insight as to why this is or isnít a good idea? Anyone tried it? Thanks in advance!
I've heard of people getting a car jack under the plywood and using that to pry it up...if that would work then the rubber would stretch and be easier to cut
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