I'm getting ready to lay a laminate floor in my basement. The floor is
smooth enough, except for two places.
In one place, there was a 2'x4' when the floor was poured. This created a
raised area and a lip, as well as a depression where the 2'x4' was. I have
no problem filling the depression, but I can't figure out how to remove the
"hump" around it. I've tried a chisel and large hammer with little results.
The second is simply a small hump in the concrete. Unfortunately, it comes
up enough to interfere with the flooring, so I need to smooth it out.
Anyone have any ideas how I could do this?