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Laitance removal - underfloor heating screed

Discussion in 'Tiling' started by tododo, 14 Jan 2019.

  1. tododo

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    Hi all

    Just been reading up on the above and it looks like I should have sanded the floor down a bit sooner - no one advised that it should be done after a couple of weeks

    Floor has been down a good while now and has a good surface I think - its not crumby at all but hey may as well do a proper job now - I dont want these tiles popping off!

    Anyway about to get a tiler to do the floor - but would like to sand it down first and been looking at the costs of the machines

    https://www.travisperkins.co.uk/Surface-Texture-Grinder-Str701-110V/p/522104

    Didnt factor that cost in - wow - is this the best thing to do it - only have about 20square meters to do - could try a belt sander - no idea

    Also was planning on putting Bal floor primer as advised by the builder - would you recommend staying with Bal or doesnt matter really

    Thanks all
     
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