pva on concrete

Discussion in 'Screwfix' started by paul stanley brogden, May 18, 2019.

  1. Hello every one
    long storey I have converted a garage built a wood floor . The question I have is 1/4 of the garage I had to lay leveling compound. I have noticed that dust getting onto the wood floor which has a carpet installed. Any way how should i seal the cement based compound to stop dust going every where. should i use a pva solution or some kind of concrete based sealer?

    thanks for your help
  2. KIAB

    KIAB Well-Known Member

    Everbuild 403 Concrete Hardener & Dustproofer or similar would most likely work, but most leveling compounds are not a final surface finish, but are covered with tiles, carpet,etc.
  3. goldenboy

    goldenboy Well-Known Member

    You will need a floorcovering over it really.

    Even the high performance ones that are supposedly usuable as "wear layers" arent that resilient.
  4. ajohn

    ajohn Well-Known Member

    Maybe a garage floor paint. If no DPM a coat of waterproof pva first allowing it plenty of time to dry. I've used a few Everbuild products and so far like them. They always give usage details on their web site as well.

  5. goldenboy

    goldenboy Well-Known Member

    Levelling compound will gouge scrape and chip.

    Painting it will not suffice.

    Its not the same as a concrete floor.
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  6. ajohn

    ajohn Well-Known Member

    Ok but thought the idea was keep the dust down and that there will be a covering on top, wood mentioned so sealing it should prevent the dust coming up. Floor paint leave a thicker coating than most similar things but isn't keen on too much moister. Everbuild are now mentioning water proof PVA for that sort of problem.


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