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Old 02-08-2011, 10:13 AM   #1
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Would this work for a large area SLC pour?


I have a ~300 sq.ft. living room that needs an application of SLC before tiling. I did a 100 sq.ft. dining room last weekend with pretty good results, but I'm looking for an easier way to spread the compound rather than hauling and tipping the heavy buckets.

What do you folks think about something like this?

http://www.homebrewtalk.com/gallery/...shed_MLT_r.jpg

I was thinking about setting the full buckets onto a waist-high rolling cart and running a hose down to floor level. I would be able to regulate the flow of the SLC with the valve on the bucket and just roll the assembly around laying narrow 'strips' of slc to get it all perfectly even.

Do you guys think this would work? Would the valve be too restrictive for the SLC to flow easily?

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