Peel and stick backsplash for their high glossy appearance easy to install and maintain, is getting more and more popular now. But once after serval years, the tile backsplash got dirty and in a bad look, and we need to remove it. Actually, removing the peel and stick wall tile backsplash is much easier than removing the peel and stick floor tiles.
How to remove the old peel and stick tile backsplash?
No matter if you stick the vinyl backsplash tile stickers on the ceramic, stone tile, or wood surface, peel and stick tile backsplash is easy to remove with little to no damage. To make it easy, use a blow dryer to warm up each tile to soften the adhesive and pull softly starting with the corners, then peel the tile off.
How to remove the remaining peel and stick vinyl tile adhesive
After we remove all the old vinyl tiles, we end up with a ton of glue stuck on the walls or smooth surfaces. we need to remove the remaining tile adhesive. There are some effective solutions that can give us a better surface to work with: use a degreaser to wash the wall and remove the excess glue left by the peel and stick tiles.