Hi, Hoping for a miracle or some advice.. Recently tried to pour SLC over our concrete slab in preparation for some loose lay vinyl planks. Didn't realise how hard the stuff was to use and have ended up with a lot of waves and high spots as a result.. I then thought it would be a great idea to try and scrape up as much of it as possible before it fully set.. thinking I could get the whole house done.. that didn't end up happening.. So now I have a house with rooms that have a really bad SLC job and the rest of the house that are partly scraped up. I've spent the day trying to contact professionals to fix it. Spoke to a couple concrete grinders today and the cheapest quoted $6.5k to grind it all back. Have a couple flooring contractors coming tomorrow to quote. What would be the best way to fix something like this? Get someone to flood the floor with SLC to relevel? Grind it all back to a flat finish? Or is there a way I can break all of the SLC to return to the original concrete slab? Thanks heaps in advance! Thought I would try to DIY but can see this being a very expensive and costly mistake..