Epoxy Concrete Sealer
When it comes to uneven wood and concrete floors, a self-leveling compound is ideal. Epoxy concrete sealer can have bumps, particularly if they’re poured wrongly, while wood floors frequently have dips and bumps. When tiling a ceramic floor, the surface must be leveled and smoothed. If the floor on which ceramic tile is installed is uneven, the floor tiles are more likely to crack and fail over time. Although it isn’t always a perfect solution, a self-leveling substance will prevent this. As a result, you may see a volumetric representation of sea waves and pebbles beneath your feet. Chemical and physical resistance, as well as environmental friendliness, are all advantages of such a floor.
The Uses of Our Floor Leveling Compound:
This material combines the strength required for long-term durability with the fluidity required for finishing with low or no tooling.
While each floor leveling solution offered by other retailers and us is different, two elements are familiar: Portland cement and polymers/plasticizers. The combination offers Epoxy concrete floor sealer leveling compound the compressive strength of thicker traditional concrete and the capacity to keep together even when put in a thin material layer.
- The most common application is to create a level, uniform subfloor for wood, tile, vinyl, and other types of flooring.
- Raise a low portion of a concrete floor to the same level as the rest of the floor.
- Cover tubing for radiant in-floor heating systems
- Over existing concrete or plywood that is in bad condition, create a smooth, level topping.
Concerns About Preparation:
Before being poured into the flooring, a self-leveling compound must be carefully blended to the proper consistency. Because the self-leveling compound does not even out on its own, smoothing it out with a squeegee or trowel is required. Because you only have 10 to 20 minutes before the self-leveling compound dries, you’ll need to rapidly spread and even out the mixture.
Selecting an Adhesive:
When you’re attaching plywood to the Epoxy floor sealer, you’ll want to make sure you use the correct glue. Many people buy the incorrect glue for this job, and the plywood comes loose from the floor.