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Sika Latex ultra Floor levelling compound, 25kg Bag
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Features and benefits
- Fast setting, foot trafficable within 2 hours
- Can withstand vehicular traffic
- Final wearing coat, Overpaintable
- Water and frost resistant
- Application depth 2-10mm
Health and safety
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Jimblybobster - 1 month ago
Don’t listen to the other bad reviews here, this stuff is great if you follow the instructions and prime beforehand. Just done my garage floor and looks great!
Not fit for purposse
PRHarrison - 9 months ago
We bought this for our bathroom floor. It does NOT self-level. We would have been better off just cementing. Complete waste of money,
definitely do not recommend.
Sika floor leveller
Beero - 1 year ago
Not exactly self levelling. Followed instructions to the letter and watched the Youtube video for advice but had to trowel it to spread it but even the trowel marks didn't disappear and had to be sanded down. Floor was well sealed with Sika PVA and I didn't overwork it. Luckily it is easy to sand down any bumps and ridges with sandpaper on a wooden block so the finish wasn't too bad.
If you need self levelling compound don't get this
Anonymous - 2 years ago
As others have pointed out, this isn't a self levelling compound. It does not flow. You heap it on and it will remain heaped. You _need_ to trowel it. It has dried cracked, looks awful. I used Mapei beforehand and it performed how you'd expect, flowed, levelled. This is awful, may as well have used sand and cement.
Not bad for my first attempt
StuBeeDoo - 2 years ago
Not quite "exactly what it says on the tin", it took a full day to dry & had a few blow-holes when it did. It was my first attempt, so that could be down to my inexperience. But did leave the floor a lot smoother, so job done.