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I created two chips in my gray blanco sink when I dropped a soapy vase. Would the clear epoxy work or is there something else?

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Google a stone fabrication supplier, they have epoxy fills in various colors.

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SOURCE: the drain was dropped in the sink

I assume this is a new sink and you are trying to save it. There are several options depending on how much time and or money you want to put into the repair. The simplest is what you mentioned yourself. just be sure to clean the surface completely, you may want to use rubbing alcohol to be sure there is no oil or contaminates on the surface. Be sure the area is completely dry before applying the epoxy. There are several types and you will have to determine which is closest as a match for color and sheen. With that said dip a toothpick into a small drop of epoxy and then transfer it to the desired location. Keep in mind that it will more than likely be higher than the existing surface. Once it has completely dried, 48 hours for a good cure, then take a single edge razor and gently press it to the surface and push it along at a 25-35 degree angle to remove the high spot. You may need to do this several times to get the desired finish.
If you are not happy with this then you can have the whole sink refinished professionally by a number of companies. I have used Bath Crest with good success.

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SOURCE: I'm in the North York

If this is a SILGRANIT sink you will need to contact Blanco to find this out they do not reveal the material used in this sink and they may be able to help. This is the web site for Canada.

http://www.blancocanada.com/

Posted on Mar 14, 2011

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My Swanstone sink is sixteen years old and still in very good condition except for a small chip. The sink is a cream color with black and white specks. Is there any way to repair the sink?


You should be able to have a competent repair or restoration specialist from a reputable granite or marble fabrication shop come to your home and fix the problem. If it is a very small chip (less than an eighth of an inch around, my first try would be super glue. Keep in mind the fill will be fairly clear in color, which may match the dark specks, if not use an indelible marker after you smooth the glue to color it black. Use the gel type super glue if it is on a vertical portion of the sink, otherwise use a thinner variety. Clean the chip with sop and water, let it dry then use rubbing alcohol to remove any grease or oil residue. Use a masking type tape to isolate the chip so you have less work once the glue dries. Fill the chip and once the glue is dry, use a single edge razor (Use extreme caution, razors are by nature sharp) to gently scrape, not cut the glue flush to the sink surface. The manufacturers of these sinks claims they are difficult to scratch, but pay attention to your pressure or you might create scratches on the sink itself. Hold the blade perpendicular to the surface of the sink and take your time scraping the dried glue down changing to a fresh blade often. If the chip is in a radius area of the sink, you will have to be a bit more creative and probably use steel wool to remove the excess dried glue. I would start with #000 and see how that works, maybe using #00 to start the process and finish with #000 or #0000 steel wool to match the finish of your sink. If your chip is larger than an eighth of an inch around, I would recommend hiring a repair and restoration specialist from a competent granite fabrication shop to make a color matched epoxy to fill the blemish.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me, Brandon Wiese - Brandon@StoneRepairman.com - http://www.StoneRepairman.com

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I'm in the North York - Toronto area, I have a blanco double compartment sink, black, it's approximately 15 years old and it has several chips in the enamel or porecelain. Is there someone who can repair...


If this is a SILGRANIT sink you will need to contact Blanco to find this out they do not reveal the material used in this sink and they may be able to help. This is the web site for Canada.

http://www.blancocanada.com/

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Hello., Yes definitely. Go to any home depot or hardware store and have one of the clerks show you the assortment of adhesives that will work on your problem. The fast drying clear resins and the one minute clear epoxy both work great.

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If your sink is porcelain or enamel, you can use a "tub refinishing" epoxy to resurface the sink. The two-part epoxies (that you have to mix together) appear to work much better than the non-mixing epoxies. Make sure that you follow all directions. Also, be aware that anything you use to resurface with will not be as durable as the original porcelain or enamel (so stay away from harsh abrasives). You may want to mix only a portion of the epoxy and retain the rest to fix any issues that develop over time. As long as you don't mix the two parts, they should be good for many years.

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The only way to fix scratshes and chips from a granite surface is to use a sander. You would be safer to have the company thet installed it, resurface it. They have the proper equipment.

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