Situation: Chipped enamel on almost new sink. Question: is there any way to either fix, or at least, abate the chip? Obviously it could be fixed by removing it and replacing it. I’m trying to avoid this; the sink is only about 6 months old.
A-Ball Plumbing probably has a kit. a-ball.com. I don't have time to learn how to post a link, that's for next year.
*They sell little jars of touch-up paint for just that much like they do for autos. I'd look at the local "big box". Put your layers on thin for best result. Also, surface must be clean clean clean!Good luck, PB
*1. You need a start "Tag" - A tag is something in carats - I'm going to substitute parentheses () for carats so in the example, switch back. b (a href="http://www.a-ball.com/) 2. You need the link text, in this case A-Ball Plumbing 3. You put the end tag. This tells when to stop the link. (/a) Total: (a href="http://www.a-ball.com/") A-Ball Plumbing (/a) End result: A-Ball Plumbing
*Sam,Porcelain repair is a specialty field. I had a similar situation: chipped porcelain after a heavy knob dropped onto the edge of a newly installed tub. After hounding a porcelain repair firm for a couple months, I got a guy to come in and fix it. The process involves color matching of an acylic filler to your tub, applying the filler like body putty, gently sanding and buffing after it cures and then spraying on a sealer. Properly done the repair is undetectable. According to this guy, they do most of their work for motels, hotels and such where repair is less expensive than replacement. There are also companies that re-coat antique tubs and sinks with what looks like the same acrylic product, perhaps they do repair as well?Here are some links (that I can't vouch for):http://tubmaster.hypermart.net/http://www.donarumafiberglass.com/http://www.bathrenu.com/http://www.likenew-permaglaze.com/http://www.bathtubrepair.com/These may not be in your area, but will give you some idea of what to look for.
*Thanks everyone, I'll check it out! Sam