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Sika Floor levelling compound, 25kg Bag
Features and benefits
- Coverage approximately 5m² at 3mm thick
- Can be used in conjunction with underfloor heating
Health and safety
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MorsettoJ - 16 day ago
Look, let’s be clear here. Ignore the one star reviews, seriously. I’m a middle aged woman with a perfectly poured floor from this product. Yup. Poured. That’s the point. Mix it with 6 litres of water, not the 5 it says on the bag, and you get a sloppy mixture that runs all over the shop, as it’s supposed to, and finds its own level. Sets in only a couple of hours.
d67 - 2 month ago
Mixed with 6 litres of water and worked fine,
Better mixed with a proper mixing drill
MrT4000 - 2 month ago
We brought this to level several floors we followed the instructions with 5 liters of water you need a tall bucket for this once mixed it is closer to cement and doest spread like it should end result was terrible we had to do it again so this time I used 8 litres of water end result was perfect oh as close to as you can get I would say 8 litres was a little bit to runny so used 7L instead and 100% use a spiked roller
Not really “Self levelling”
SamL - 3 month ago
Followed the instructions on the bag to the t but ended up with a mixture too thick that it didn’t even out by itself and needed some ‘encouraging’ with a trowel to get it level as possible.
Although the bag says 1:5 ratio, i would mix in 6L with every 25kg bag as when mixed with 5L the mixture was not viscous enough to self level.
Whatever the mix, I would highly recommend going over the surface with a trowel / spatula / spiky roller in order to get the most even surface possible.
Not really self levelling
Magnoxreacted - 3 month ago
This is not self levelling, compared to products that I have used in the past it does not find it's own level when mixed with the specified quantity of water. I managed to achieve a reasonable result by frantic troweling before it set off, other products require troweling to assist them but this one needs a lot of prodding and even then produces an inferior finish – I will now have to pay much more attention to my tile adhesive bed to compensate for a less than flat surface