Repair An Enamel Kitchen Rustic Sinks
Rustic sinks – Once this damage occurs, the only solution is to repair porcelain on the sink before the metal underneath it starts to rust. Repair of a damaged enamel chip is relatively easy and can be carried out with a two-part epoxy consisting of a catalyst and curing agent. This epoxy is found at most hardware stores and come in a variety of colors.
Repair an enamel kitchen rustic sinks, Wash and dry your wash thoroughly. Make sure you rinse it well enough to remove all the cleaner. Sand the cut area to remove any rust and rough area up a bit. Limit your sanding to the cut area so you do not scratch the rest of the sink. Pour a little rubbing alcohol on a cloth and clean the area you cut. Be sure to let the area dry thoroughly. Mix epoxy compound together on a piece of smooth scrap tiles or glass, add any color slowly until the filler match the rustic sinks.
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Apply the compound with razor overlaps the cut area a bit. Scrape any extra epoxy until it is flush with the rustic sinks surface. When the repair patch dries a little, use a cotton swab dipped in nail polish remover to blend the edges of the connection to the surrounding porcelain. Allow the repair patch dry thoroughly for about 24 hours, or the prescribed period of two-component epoxy packaging.