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NX Floor levelling compound, 20kg Bag
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Features and benefits
- Fibre reinforced
- Suitable For Variety Substrates: Concrete,Screed,Flooring Grade Asphalt, Terrazo, Existing Quarry Tiles & Vinyl Tiles
- Under tile flooring
- For use on a wide range of substrates including overlaid timber
Health and safety
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bikergraham - 23 days ago
Over the years i have used many different floor leveller's and had to use this reluctantly , wow , this product is the best ive ever used , doesnt go very far so it works out expensive but boy does this work well, and its the first product ive used that hasn't cracked and crazed . My floors needed serious levelling after removing several interior walls and having to remove parquet tiles and screed so i spent time getting the surface prepared by painting on a quality tanking and just poured this stuff on making sure that the water content was accurate and according to the instructions , what a brilliant finish , flat and perfect without any sign of cracks . I certainly will be using it throuout the whole house room by room and i guess will use up some 100 bags in total but how much to remove , re-lay and level a new concrete floor maybe using a new poured wet screed ? I rest my case .
Krzysztof Krauze - 2 months ago
I was using that first time ever, know only theory how to do this job and read lots of reviews.
Instructions say add 4 to 4.4 liters of water per bag. I have added bit les than 5 and put it out of bucket. Not needed to use trowel at all when use 5 l per bag but need to work fast with mixing every next bag
Great product and great finish
Hollsbolls127 - 3 months ago
As complete novices we were a little worried after mixed reviews. Used a paddle and mixed as instructed and it went down great. Used a trowel to push into corners. No cracks or bubbles on drying. So if you mix and measure as instructed it will be fine. Definitely recommend.
David the cabinetmaker - 5 months ago
I used this product today, my first time using a floor leveller. I'm not a professional but I've done a bit of plastering, bricklaying and a awful lot of DIY. Mix it well and use the appropriate amount of water , 4.5 litres to 20 KG (my builder lent me a bucket and his industrial paddle). Pour on at regular intervals, not in one puddle and use a plastering
trowel to spread out. It doesn't "self level", you need to just spread and smooth it out . you need to be quick as the water rises to the surface once you start working it. It's dried out nicely even at 6 degrees and leaving the windows open (it's a conservatory floor over a previously tiled and extended area) . I'm impressed with the result and would recommend. Very similar to plastering but with the help of gravity.
Best for price and use...
MK936 - 6 months ago
Used this product regularly.
Must use professional paddle mixer and correct water/leveller mix.
Defo the professional's choice... not for the DIYer with a Black & Decker wall paper paste mixer... :)