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What is my kitchen floor made of and how do I fix it?

Discussion in 'Floors, Stairs and Lofts' started by MH2008, 26 Jun 2020.

  1. MH2008

    MH2008

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    We've just moved into a new house and the kitchen floor is made of something I haven't come across before. It looks like white lino but it's all one surface over a large area so it must be poured. I've googled poured floor and resin floor and epoxy floor but I can only find stuff about industrial warehouses!

    It is in quite bad condition - lots of scuffs and bubbles in the surface. Is it possible to repair this sort of floor? Does it need to be a complete redo (and if so how huge a job is that) or can it be patch fixed?

    I will be getting a professional in to do this (London) but don't even know where to start in finding one. Help would be appreciated!

    Thank you
     
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    How are edges finished ? Remove a kick board and see .
     
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    Self levelling compound?
     
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