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Unread 02-09-2019, 01:17 PM   #2
Tool Guy - Kg
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Welcome to the forum, Renee!

If the floor is sound, you can knock off the high spots with a "rub brick", fill in the low spots with mortar, or a combination of the two. The rub brick works like really rough sandpaper on steroids....it's much, much faster at grinding material away than you might initially think. You can find them at any box store.

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