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Our guest bathroom has a concrete slab floor. It's tiled over with 12X18 grey ceramic tiles. They tiled around the vanity.

I tore out the rotten 1959 wood vanity.

The new vanity is free standing on 4" tall stubby feet; just enough to vacuum under.

I suppose I could search for a matching tile and grout to fill the untiled footprint of the old vanity, or I could simply fill it with a smooth concrete (since it won't really be visible under the new vanity).

What kind of mortar or cement to get a reallly smooth surface? It's always about 60f in that room; never too hot or cold.

"The different types of mortar are denoted by the letters: M, S, N, and O".

... and how much to fill the space that's 1/2" deep x 15" x 36" ?
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