I am in the process of redoing my galley style kitchen. When the previous owner remolded the kitchen back in the 80's the original wood floors were covered with luan that was liquid nailed as well as screwed down. We have removed all of the luan but some liquid nail still remains. First does anyone have any ideas on how to remove the liquid nail. We used a heat gun to remove most but some is still left. Second, when finishing the floors if there is remnants of the liquid nail will is clog up the sanding pads, which in turn will burn the floor? Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.