Self levelling compound, for small/shallow areas?

Discussion in 'Getting Started FAQ' started by kuztardd, Apr 21, 2021.

  1. kuztardd

    kuztardd New Member

    Last year I placed wooden/laminate flooring in our kitchen on top of some silver foam underlay.
    My underfloor is concrete with tiles on (it's an old ex-council flat)

    9 months later i have noticed that in some places the floor must have been a little uneven by just a mm or two as there is some ever so slight movement on the tiles where they join due to slight space underneath/uneveness.
    The area affected is probably over 50cm x 25cm and slight

    I am looking to pull the flooring up and level these sections off, but as it is just a very shallow depth i am after a compound that will be ok with being only 2mm to feather.
    Can you please advise me on products that would suffice and things to be aware of
    And should i use one with Latex in?
    And would i need to prep/prime the surface area? (if so how)

    two options i have found are:
    https://www.everbuild.co.uk/product/710-febfor-flexiplus-latex/
    https://bond-it.co.uk/levelmaster-range/levelmaster-standard-self-levelling-compound/

    Thanks in advance
     

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