latex self leveller prior to laying solid wood flooring

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  1. ianmorrison

    ianmorrison

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    Hi,

    I am going tobe using a latex based self leveller to obtain a level and hopefully smooth surface on to which i can lay my new solid wood flooring. I am going to be using the self adehisive underlay from B&Q to fit the flooring onto and hold in place, as this is whats recommended by the manufacturers. I am just wondering how long i need to leave the self leveller before laying the floor.
    My subfloor is concrete base which has had floorboards screwed into place, the floorboards are slightly uneven hence why i want to self level so that the new floor will be perfect

    Any help and advice would be greatly appreciated


    Ian
     
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