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, I removed around 300 square of 9x9 flooring tiles

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Customer: I removed around 300 square of 9x9 flooring tiles around 5 years ago and I am now convinced it was asbestos tiles. I didn't have any protection on as the house was being renovated and was unaware about asbestos tiles. Can this be dangerous to my kids as we moved in about a week later
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Submitted: 11 months ago.
Category: Home Improvement
Expert:  Rick replied 11 months ago.

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If you didn't use power tools/sanding equipment that would have a abraded the tile creating tile dust in the air the risk is negligible if not non-existent. Just scraping the tile off is extremely unlikely to put any asbestos dust in the air.

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