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Repairing chip in porcelain sink?

Hello. Apologies if this has been posted before.

I dropped a slippery dish tonight in my porcelain sink, leaving a chip about an inch long and half an inch across.

I read about repair kits for this type of damage. They apparently aren't perfect but will do a passable job. Does anyone have experience with them? If so, what did you think about the product?

Thanks in advance.

Re: Repairing chip in porcelain sink?

Home Burrito and Lowes carries a repair paint. It comes in a bottle like wart remover, complete with brush in the lid. They stock white and almond. Shake VERY well. It comes out OK. Take your time and make sure you have a steady hand.

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