removing wall tiles for new cabinets
We ware getting new kitchen cabinets. Our wall behind the counter was tiled about four years ago and looks great. I need to remove the tiles just below the wall cabinets so they will not interfere with the installation of the new ones (which will be only slightly longer but will have a different profile on the wall).
I have plenty of spare tiles to replace the ones removed. I only will be removing tiles which were cut to fit the current cabinets. The uncut tiles have enough distance from the cabinets to be left alone.
The thinset was applied to painted wallboard.
Are the techniques or produces which would help me do this task and minimize damage to the wallboard?
Thank you in advance for any insights or advice.
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