How to: Level a floor with self levelling compound

In this video Roger Bisby demonstrates how to level a floor with self levelling compound for the best results as well as talking through how to get the best out of latex modified self-levelling sub-floor compounds.

In this example Roger uses Bostik’s Cempolatex to level a floor with self levelling compound, but the theory applies to most self levelling screeds and you’ll see that it’s not just a simple case of throwing the mixture on the floor and retiring while it spreads itself out.

Product Overview:
– Protein-free suitable for use in hygiene and food preparation areas
– Flexible, rapid setting formula
– Self levelling
– Levels and fills
– Interior use

Uses: Concrete, sand/cement screeds, quarry tiles, rigid timber floors, stone, brick and terrazzo floors, asphalt floors, floor topping and concrete re-surfacer, patching.

Sizes: 25kg

Coverage: 5m2 per 3mm per 25kg

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About Roger Bisby

Roger Bisby is an English television presenter and journalist, known for his expertise in the British building industry.

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