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    Default Removing Old linoleum/Vinyl Flooring...

    I am removing old vinyl or linoleum flooring, I'm not sure what it is. It's one piece flooring that covered my kitchen from the seventies. The material looks like it was glued to the subfloor because I can see trowel marks in the yellow glue underneath it. Most of the floor came up, but there are all these little blotches and blobs of grey material (no more than an 8th of an inch thick) that remained. I am going to nail hardwood flooring on the subfloor, so i want the surface to be even and at the height of the subfloor. How can I remove these undulations so my floor lays even?
    Check out the pics...
    Thanks for any suggestions
    Sean
    Pittsburgh, PA
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