Remove the adhesive.
If the adhesive is on top of the tile, scrape as much as you can with a spatula. Then remove residue with the solvent for that adhesive.
It depends on the type of ceramic adhesive. Many of them can be taken off tile with lacquer thinner on a rag.
If it's still soft, just scrape off with a spatula. If hard,on old tile, soak them for a day, then scrape off carefully with a metal drywall spatula or broad wood chisel.
Use an adheisive remover, should have it at your local hardware store. I used this to remove vinal glue from my hardwood floors when remodeling.
Soak them in water 3-4 days, then it can be removed with a metal spatula.
Goof off will usually remove most self-adhesive glues.
It is very easy to remove denture adhesive with to toothe brush under running water.
How do you remove gloss sealer finish from ceramic tile that has left a film?
Goof Off is excellent for removing any adhesive.
It helps IMMENSELY if you tell us WHAT adhesive it is ! -Try Goof Off, it will remove many adhesives.
Goof Off will remove that.
With a screwdriver.
Cut the tape carefully with a craft knife and remove the mullions. Pull the remaining tape and get rid of residue with Goo Gone.
Yes, 3M adhesive remover will work to remove tape residue on your refrigerator. It is made to remove any kind of adhesive, tape, stickers, etc. on any surface.
Lacquer thinner will remove it from most materials.
If the adhesive is still sticky, an artist's kneaded rubber eraser should remove most of it. Dab/rub it gently at first to remove as much of the surface adhesive as you can, then with more pressure to contact the deeper adhesive. Finish with a suede & nubuck brush to restore the nap.
If you can get a product called Lestoil, you can remove adhesive plus a lot of other things without damage. If you can't get Lestoil, try peanut butter.
If you let the concrete dry on the ceramic, they have bonded. You can try to chisel it loose.
Goo Gone is the safest way.
You must tell us what you are removing it FROM !
Rub it with a rag and Goof Off.