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How do you repair a chipped basin?

ChippedVanity.jpegIf you still have the chip, you can glue it back in position with Clear Epoxy Glue. But if the chip has gone missing, then you need to fill the damage with PC-11 56g White Epoxy Paste and then paint the area with White Knight 500ml White Tub And Basin Paint.


You might also wish to have a professional also give a quote on repair. Depending on your level of D.I.Y. skill, the above method might not give you satisfactory results. The hard part will be applying the filler. If you apply too much, you'll need to sand it back. Then sanding the filler would be difficult to do without damaging the surrounding benchtop. - MitchellMc


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Great advice Mitchell, any advice for a chipped black glass cook top?

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Hi @CSParnell


If you're talking about a small tiny chip in the corner, you can disguise it with Gorilla 110ml Clear Glue. Just be mindful that this is for cosmetic repairs only. If the chip or crack is anywhere near the heating elements, I'm afraid that it's not possible to put anything near it. 




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