Laundry Sink Repair

Old 03-20-23, 05:41 PM
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Laundry Sink Repair

I have this laundry sink with a small eighth inch hole that I want to repair--preferable water proof, if not then will keep the water level down. It is a brittle in nature sink, acrylic or something. What's best to fill this hole?

Hole is just to the right and above the drain flange.

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Old 03-20-23, 06:13 PM
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You could try PC11 2 part marine epoxy. It's waterproof white and once mixed up, could be applied with a putty knife.

Another product is JB Waterweld. Also kind of a dirty white... you just cut off what you need, and knead the 2 parts together. You have to knead it a lot... and kind of push it onto the repair and pull it off like its a piece of chewing gum ... doing that repeatedly until you can tell it is really starting to stick. Then you can smooth it out with a putty knife and shave off the excess before it hardens.

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