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Old 07-19-2005, 08:11 PM   #1
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Levelling concrete bathroom floor


My old bathroom floor was a mess. It was a concrete slab and tiled over, in the 70's someone did a bad remodeling job and broke up a large section of the floor to fix the plumbing. They did a poor job of filling the hole with concrete and when I got the house the floor was cracked and rocked under your feet. So I redid the section that was bad, but my mason skills are not the best and the floor is a little uneven. I want to even out the floor but don't want to pour more concrete for a skim coat. Is there something I can pour that will harden and self level itself?

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Old 07-27-2005, 10:29 PM   #2
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Hi

I would recommend a self leveling concrete type product. On a quick search I found this one but there are other manufactures and you should be able to find a similar product in whatever area you are in.

http://www.edisoncoatings.com/html/S...te_floor_t.htm

Even if you don't do the whole floor and you choose just areas of it should work it ok if covered after with your tile

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