06:26PM | 08/08/05
Member Since: 08/07/05
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my kitchen sink i think is made out of ceramic or porcelin (seems to be the same stuff in my tub)and the edge of it was chipped when i first moved in here, and now its spread and is rusting underneath and chipping up worse - as it chips up you can see the rust -


is there anything i can do to repair this or at least stop it from spreading?its impossible to keep it dry all the time ..maybe caulk it, however i guess that would look sloppy-


04:11AM | 08/09/05
Member Since: 04/25/05
1915 lifetime posts
You can get touch up paint in the kitchen & bath or plumbing section of any of the big box stores or hardware stores.

For very small chips it works well. But it will still be noticable for larger ones.

You will need to sand away any rust before applying it.



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