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Hi all it’s My first post here newbie alert lol
I’m fitting my kitchen and the floor is slanting towards the gas meter by roughy 10mm iv self levelled the area on the meter wall already but it’s not come up enough using 2 bags
I am going to lay either tile or vinyl click and would like some help to get it level please as I know it will effect the units too
thanks inadvance
 

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