Removing rubberized non skid

Any suggestions on tools for removing rubberized non-skid from a deck?

Not sure if it’s the best tool, but we used a pneumatic air chisel that had about a 5’ handle and a 6" or so blade.

Is this the sprayed on kind or the tiles that are glued down? The sprayed on kind is a PITA. Lots of manual labor. The tiles can be unstuck with ‘laquer thinner’. It’s nasty toxic to your liver. Wear protection.

Try aircraft paint stripper. Works like a charm.

It’s the sprayed on kind.

Call one of those spray in bed liner companies. Ask them what they use. How they do it. Do you know the brand name of deck it is?

Look into a “Swirl-Off”… not much it will not take off.