I took up all the tile in my 94 Monaco. I found that they had in that year, not used thin set but some other kind of glue. Some of the tile were loose, several had cracks, and I couldn't find more, and couldn't find a complementary tile that would go with what I had, so removal became necessary.
Anyway at first I tried chiseling them but got lots of pieces. It was really slow and work intensive. Down on my knees lots of really sharp pieces.
Then I discovered that I could take a heat gun and get the tile up to probably 140 or a bit hotter. I could gently pry and those complete tiles and would just lift up. That made the job go really easy.
On a separate note, I have found in owning rentals, a heat gun will soften contact cement and you can put a flat bar under the Formica and lift it as you apply heat to that as well. Heat also softens many of the vinyl glues as well. I always give heat a try when stripping things off.
heat gun don't leave home with out it.
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