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    You might also try this (works on really tough urethane based flooring glues): http://www.lumberliquidators.com/ll/...-BBUT/10011945

    Only question is whether is would mess with the Sanagloss. I think that I might try mechanical means first. You can get x-acto knife blades in many sizes and shapes (try a hobby or craft store) and maybe that would work if you go slow and at a shallow angle. If that didn't work, I would try the Bostik remover.

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    If I read the info correctly, SanaGloss is a special glaze, not a coating applied like a wax or paint, it is fused to the porcelain during the firing process.
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    I believe dow great stuff and idc have started selling foam removal wipes in the box stores.

    Also, at sherwin williams they have a decent selection of curved scrapers including one by hyde with like 12 different shapes of curves.

    You could also take one of those plastic scrapers and cut a curve in it with tin snips or dremel or fein.

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    This foam made it impossible to remove the tub. It's stuck there for good. I had to go through the tile decking to work on the faucet replacement.

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