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I posted a question last week and am posting a new thread because my thinking on this project has changed (and there were no replies). I laid DriCore on my (uneven) concrete basement floor. I wound up using many more of the plastic shims than the manufacturer recommends. Approximately half way back from the front of the basement, the downward slope increases and the Dricore feels less stable. I've decided that I need to use leveling compound to resolve this issue. My question is, would it make sense for me to remove roughly half of the Dricore panels (uncovering the part of the floor that is most uneven) and use the leveling compound on just that portion of the floor, with the other Dricore panels in place?

I've never used leveling compound before and have been learning from some web sites and Youtube clips.

Thanks for any input.

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