It depends on several factors not listed. Im going to assume you have wood floors with vinyl that was installed over the top of the wood? And im going to assume that you removed the vinyl and found wood floors but have vinyl glue spread all over.
Ok.. here are my thoughts and possible solutions.
First off is this is going to take alot of work most likely. So be prepared.
2nd, there are several factors you need to know. Is the wood a solid hardwood floor? Or is it an engineered wood floor. That is is the wood built like plywood.
If its a solid wood floor, i would try using a sponge to damping the glue residue with hot water. Remember all wood floors are extremely sensitive to moisture. And possible water damage may occur. However most vinyl glues are water based and can be released with hot water. I would use a stiff bristle plastic scrub brush.
If this doesnt work, you will need to sand and refinish the wood floors. which would make them look brand new again.
If you have an engineered floor, the scrubbing may work, however not all engineered floors can be sanded as the top ply of wood can be less than 1/8th thick and a sander could sand too much and destroy the wood.
Remember that if you try the water that you want the glue damp, not wet. you do not want the wood to soak up water.
Ive been a flooring installer for 10 years, im 25 years old and own my own buisiness, and am the 4th generation flooring installer in my family with a combined experience of over 150 years.
Yes, you can glue wood to linoleum. Use PL200.
Any wood glue will work great for hardwood floors, but make sure it's compatible with your wood type.
You scrape it off with a wood spatula, then wipe with a damp cloth.
One can buy floor materials from the Floors Direct shop. For example, one can buy wood, tile, linoleum, and other various floor materials from the Floors Direct shop.
if it is glued with a lino paste glue,you shouldn't have a problem with the uplift. If its glued with an acrylic glue you can rent a power stripper to make the uplift easier.
No.ANS 2 - In fact, gluing wood floors down at all is a bad idea. Parts of it will inevitably dry up and come loose.
No, usually the varnish used on hardwood floors is resistant to turpentine. I would rather use Goof Off if I was removing carpet glue.
Dip a rag in Goof Off and rub it on the carpet glue, it will soften enough to peel it off.
You can put the newer style floating wood floors onto a floor with tile. Also, if it is old VCT tile, there are glues that will allow you to use their product to glue the wood to the floor. Unfortunately, nail down wood is not acceptable.
Of those, Gorilla wood glue would be my choice.
Pva wood glue
You'll need wood glue to install any sort of bamboo flooring.
It is a good practice to put down a sub floor first. Use 1/4" luon (Might have spelled that wrong). Glue that down liqued nails subfloor glue, and nail it down with ringshank nails. Then you can install your wood floors on top of that
Yes, you can glue wood with white or yellow glue.
You use different kinds of glue to glue metal and wood most effectively. However you can glue metal TO wood with epoxies.
Glue wood to glass with silicone.
Some manufacturers allow glue down of their click and fold / lock engineered wood floors. Check websites for info.
Wood glue is better FOR GLUING WOOD than any other type of glue !
You use wood glue for sticking pieces of wood together.
Wood glue ANS 2 - I would use yellow carpenter's glue
Many companies make "wood glue", specifically to be used on wood projects. Buy a good brand, such as Elmer's Wood Glue.
Simple wood glue is Polyvinyl acetate which is basically white 'school ' glue. There are many better wood adhesives.
Depending on how badly it is broken, wood glue? Wood glue or Gorilla glue would probably work if it isn't that bad of a brake. If it is really bad, you might as well save yourself some time and buy a new one.
by putting the glue on the wood and have both woods make contactANS 2 - Super glue is far from effective on wood. Much better to glue any wood with a PVA type, white glue, yellow glue etc.