We just tore up the carpet off of our 20 year old concrete slab in one room. The carpet installers had glued the pad down with a yellow glue. What is the easiest way to get the glue off of the concrete so I can put down a floating floor? Also, do I need to put something in to fill the small spaces around the edge where the slab is apparently deliberately separated from the wall foundation?
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