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Goofy my data set is limited - 3 or 4 houses. The data points are houses whose concrete slabs were not sufficiently level to allow engineered flooring to be installed. The stuff the builder used was self leveling - so it flowed slowly - no feathering or trowel work needed. Maybe your unfortunate experience was the leveling product and/or its application.

YouTube has lots of videos showing application which is sufficiently time sensitive that it is not a one person operation in my opinion.
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