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Underlayment "Self-leveler Plus" 22,7kg - Grey

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Professional self-leveling underlayment. 22.7 kg. High-strength, self-leveling cement-based underlayment and repair mix for interior concrete and engineer-approved floors. For leveling, smoothing and repairing interior floors, ready for tile in 24 hours.

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Can this be used to level old tile floor before engineered wood floor application? ( we just do not want to deal with old tile removal in our living space) Will it adhere to old tiles? thanks for your replies

Asked by: Jhere
it can be used for that purpose, only if the flooring you plan to install is not a nail down product. There are many other products that are less expensive and will achieve the same results.
Answered by: EMT construction
Date published: 2020-04-06

Good day, How much cement does one bag make... by volume? I need to figure out how many 50 lb bags I'll need to make 1.25 cubic feet. (It's for a big circle in an old furnace room, 4' in diameter and not quite an inch deep.) Tks

Asked by: steveinvictoria
The manufacturers website has a data sheet for coverage: http://www.mapei.com/public/CA/products/3000071-ultraplan1plus-en.pdf
Answered by: AppleGeekCanada
Date published: 2020-07-18

How many bags will be needed to cover 450 square feet x 3/8 thick?

Asked by: RobertHuckey
Each bag mixes to about 1/2 cu. ft. I did a similar area of varying thinkness (leveling builder basement slab) and it took about 40 bags. Your specific math works out to about 28 bags, buy 32+ for good measure. Start where you want the highest slope to be if mixing by hand. No way to mix that many bags (without a 6-man team or renting a mixer) before the first pours start to set, so you will end up with a "more" level floor but don't count on a perfect level.
Answered by: Mike420
Date published: 2019-08-19

can this product be applied on a painted basement floor?

Asked by: Rmb1
My floor had a lacquer finish but the kids had also used it as a canvas over the years and painted many masterpieces on it with craft paint. We didnt have any issues using the leveller on top of it, in fact we told the grandkids to go to town painting what floor was left before we did level it all out. Just sad to see all those years of art work memories go.
Answered by: Unpaid labourer
Date published: 2019-06-26

Can this be used over old linoleum flooring?

Asked by: Jjham
Yes as long as the deflection is good on the floor. Make sure you use the primer
Answered by: RalphP
Date published: 2019-08-09

how large an area at 3/8 th inch will the 50 pound bag cover ?

Asked by: cracked cement
1/8" covers 48 square feet, so divide 48 X 3 and you get 16 square feet.
Answered by: nodosta
Date published: 2019-07-13

I need to fill a dip in a concrete floor at approximately 1 1/2”. I was go to install cement board on tile glue then pour level and install vinyl plank. Can I use the cement board to build it up?

Asked by: Antrim
It is a large amount to fill and wanted to add filler to it   I could use some clean pea gravel 
Answered by: Antrim
Date published: 2020-07-18

Can you use this to cover over tile

Asked by: dabs87
As long as the tile is bonded really well I would do it. But best practice is to remove all the flooring down to the origional substrate.
Answered by: Leada developments inc
Date published: 2018-10-30
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Underlayment "Self-leveler Plus" 22,7kg - Grey is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Mapei Novaplan 2 Self-Leveling Compound Bought this product to level a commercial bathroom floor (about 10' x 11') which had been damaged while removing the old 1950's tile that was in there. The directions say use 5 - 5.25 quarts of water per 50 lb bag. Use the most water you can for a more liquid consistancy. Also, chill the water first (I used a cooler with a water dispenser and added ice to the water) so the set up time is lengthened. This is my first time using any leveling compound and I was quite pleased with the result. Was not a completely glass-like smoothness, but was WAY better then what was there before I started. Now my new 16' x 16' tiles have a smooth, stable base to adhere to.
Date published: 2011-08-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great This was my first time using self leveling concrete (or any concrete for that matter). The instructions are simple and agree with the many youtube videos I watched on self leveling concrete. Basically you put water in your container and then use a mixer connected to a drill (you cannot do this by hand) to stir the water as you steadily add the concrete. Mix it up well and then pour. You have 10-15 mins to play with the concrete before it starts to set. I used a floor squeegee to push it into the corners and then leave it to find it's own level. Dried smooth and level. Would recommend.
Date published: 2017-03-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from MIX ACCORDING TO INSTRUCTIONS, MEASURE CAREFULLY BE SURE TO PUT YOUR WATER IN THE BUCKET FIRST. ADD THE MIXTURE SLOWLY WHILE MIXING WITH A POWER MIXER, DON'T RELY ON BATTERY POWERED DRILLS, THEY WILL NOT LAST LONG ENOUGH FOR A 3 MINUTE MIX, POUR THE MIXTURE AND USE A GROUT TROWEL TO MOVE IT AROUND, I SUGGEST CHECKING A SMALL PART FIRST TO SEE IF IT'S LIQUID ENOUGH, REMEMBER, LIQUID IS GOOD, RUNNY IS BEST, WATERY IS GREAT. TOO THICK AND IT WILL NOT SELF LEVEL, FOUND THIS OUT THE HARD WAY.
Date published: 2011-06-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product Follow instructions on bag works perfectly. Just remember to fan out on edges to meet your other floor or so or you'll have a bump. I purchased both in store and then ordered at Lowe's On-line so it was all ready for me to pick up at store saving time. Watch for Lowe's specials... Save the tax etc... even if store closed you can still order on line and get the deals until mid ight. I gave 3 rating on price... I don't see why it is so expensive but I got o $10 off sale and it was save the tax deal so not bad price in end but rating based on regular price.
Date published: 2018-04-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product Not cheap, but an excellent way to level a floor. The first time I laid tile I promised myself I would use a self leveller the next time I do that job. It's amazing how much easier the job becomes with a level floor. Highly recommended. Get the mapei primer to seal the substrate. Add water exactly as per instructions and mix thoroughly with a grout mixer on a drill. I did 65 sq ft with 5 bags. I ended up with 1/4" to 1" of cured leveler on the floor I was working on. Best to get when Lowe's has a no tax event.
Date published: 2018-12-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice product Not too runny or thick. Make sure you have a variable speed corded drill, and at least 2 people. Large volume, use large paint pails, drywall pails are not large enough. We used a float on handle to spread large areasy you might find grade rake. I had two separate sectons because we could not empty the whole basement, time will tell how the overlap works out. Note this cannot be feathered any thinner than 1/8 inch, there is a MAPEI product at commercial concrete vendors that will go down to 1/16 of an inch, but Lowe's does not carry it. If you are doing one room with walls at once should be no problem. Gives a smooth flat surface, if your floor is sloped, say towards a drain, this will not level it.
Date published: 2019-04-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Expensive but good product The only reason I wold not give 5 is the price I used 6 bags in one place and will need more later and this and the primer in the end relatively expensive I used 6L of water instead of 5L and it leveled itself very well
Date published: 2017-05-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Work as a team It's best to have two people for the job. One can handle it but two are best. One person mixes, the other pours and spreads. Someone mentioned that you can't pour a second coat. That is incorrect. However it IS recommended that you apply another coat of primer over the first layer of leveller. Also, buy more product than you need. If you stop to go get another bag or two to finish the job, you will run a high risk of introducing an elevated ridge in the area where you ran out of material. If you are levelling a thicker area, I would recommend sticking with the 5 litre ratio of water. For thinner coats, a variance of another litre of water would be fine. This could potentially necessitate adding a second coat over the entire area. Albeit a much thinner coat would be required.
Date published: 2019-04-12
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