So this is my bathroom right now.
I would like to put in a epoxy floor ( or something similar).
I couldn't care less if the resulting floor is the most perfectly straight floor in existence.
Can somebody give me a quick run down of the process and general feasibility?
My plan would be this:
fill up that hole with sand or gravel and put something like a 10+ cm section of concrete on top so it's flush with the current floor.
Current floor is very old tiles, i guess.
They're more akin to flat bricks.
Best case scenario would be that i just dump allot of epoxy on top to i have something like a 2 cm pool that self levels.
When I look this up i mostly get told that this is basically impossible.
the proper workflow would be this:
Fill up the hole. Use insane amounts of epoxy filler to create a perfectly level floor. Use some sort of epoxy floor primer. Use some special adhesion enhancing compound and then put on the actual epoxy floor compound.
I feel like they just want to shill me products.
But honestly I don't know.