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Repairing porcelain?


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03-19-02, 07:52 AM   #1  
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Repairing porcelain?

A big piece of tile fell on the corner of my tub when I was removing the old tiles. The top, inside corner of the tub was struck and a big chunk was dislodged. The hole is about the size of a quarter and goes down to the metal.

I'd like to repair it, but I don't know if there's a product out there to take care of it.

thanks in advance...

 
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03-20-02, 08:23 PM   #2  
You'll need tow things. Firt, Bondo (yeah the same stuff used in automotive body work) and an epoxy paint designed for porcelain.

Any decent auto store should have the Bondo - you'll need to check Home Depot and some uch to find the paint. It's a two part, mix and apply. It adhere's to porcelain as well as other materials.

If the Bondo work is done correctly, the repair will be virtually invisible once painted.

 
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