Filling the self-leveling floor should be started by removing the skirting boards and closing all the holes on the floor with bars. The floor is then cleaned with a scraper, paying particular attention to the joints between the slabs (floor boards), and the cracks are opened. The base for the self-leveling floor is cleaned with a vacuum cleaner and degreased using a cleaning powder. Then the “cleaned” cracks are sealed with mortar and the surface is leveled. Lines are drawn along the length of the room at a distance of about 2 m. Self-tapping screws are screwed directly into it in increments of about 30 cm. Using the level for the self-leveling floor, find the highest point on the base. After adding 6 mm, they begin to screw in the screws. Next, the beacons for the self-leveling floor are laid on screws, making sure that the beacons do not sag (for this you can additionally cement them). Having mixed with a mixer the dry mixture of the self-leveling floor in the indicated proportion with water, it is allowed to stand for five minutes and the mixture of the self-leveling floor is checked for homogeneity and liquid. Starting to pour the mixture, an area of \u200b\u200bno more than two square meters is treated at a time, on which the mixture is leveled by the rule along the beacons and rolled with a spiked roller to ensure uniformity. The screed is then allowed to dry.