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Repair chip I have a glass sink with a chip on the inside lip edge. Any ideas on how to fill in the chipped glass?

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What you can do is buy a small tube of clear silicone .Dry off the chipped spot completely and apply a very small amount to the hole.make sure to wipe excess silicone asap .let dry for 2 hours and tou should be good to go.

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