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hi! we are wanting to tile over a concrete pad (26 years old) and have stained and then painted over the years. having trouble removing all of the paint layer on top of the stain. is this a problem? or does it have to be completely free of paint before tiling. wanting to put porcelain tiles over it and live in midwest , so there are cold winters.