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I'm going to tile the floor in my bathroom. But there will be a difference in level (about 5 mm) between the SDB and the corridor. I would like to raise my tile 5 mm, but without making a new concrete tile, because the tiles will be placed directly on the old tile. What are the simplest solutions so that once my tiled floor arrives at the same level as the other room?

If I understand your problem, you want to raise the level of the tiles in your bathroom? It is not necessary to pour a screed (which, moreover, would be several centimeters); just make a smoothing 5 mm, after applying a primer on the existing tile (since you want to install tile on tile).

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