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Removal of stair covering
Removing stair covering depends on the type of covering currently on the stairs. For hard floors such as wood or laminate, you can use an awl and hammer to loosen the seams. For soft floors like carpet or linoleum, you will probably need to use a knife to cut the upholstery loose.
There are a few things to watch out for when removing stair covering. First, you need to make sure you work with a sharp knife or awl to avoid damaging the stairs. Second, you need to make sure that you work in a well-ventilated area, as some types of upholstery can give off gases that can be harmful to your health.
It is often better to have stair covering removed by a professional, especially if you are not sure how to do it safely and efficiently. A professional will have the right tools and techniques to remove the upholstery from the stairs quickly and without damage.