The easiest way is to use a self-leveling compound, also called liquid floor underlayment or floor resurfacer, within sections of level-cut rails. The material flows out like thick syrup, then hardens into a smooth, perfectly level surface, sometimes in less than an hour.
How to Level Concrete Patio Slab?
Leveling a concrete patio slab is a potentially complicated task that requires a great deal of patience and effort. It requires several steps, including preparing the slab, cleaning the slab, and then leveling the slab. If done correctly, the result is a patio slab that is level and even, with no visible bumps or dips. Here are the steps to level a concrete patio slab.
First, prepare the concrete patio slab by removing any debris or dirt that may be on the slab. This can be done by sweeping the surface with a broom and then hosing it off. Ensure that the surface is completely clean before proceeding to the next step.
The next step is to apply a thin layer of sand to the patio slab. Make sure that the sand is only a few millimeters thick, and that the entire surface is evenly covered. This will act as a buffer between the patio slab and the concrete leveling compound.
Now it is time to apply the concrete leveling compound. This is a special type of compound that is designed to fill in any dips or bumps on the patio slab. It should be applied in thin layers, and smoothed out with a trowel. Allow each layer to dry before adding the next one.
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