Even with all this work on the floor, there were two sections that weren't exactly level. They were spots of the floor where it wasn't practical to repeat the processes we've used on the rest of the floor. One of these was the length of the wet wall in the kitchen, about one foot deep by eight feet long. Another was a little patch in the middle of the floor where the crooked joists didn't line up for enough sub-floor support.
The solution was a batch of self-leveling concrete. This was the warning label:
Having a level floor *might* just be worth the exposure to these known or probable human carcinogens...
Simple and Modern Refugee Housing
3 days ago