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kchow1

02:10PM | 12/20/04
Member Since: 12/19/04
2 lifetime posts
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Comrades,

My granite kitchen counter has a crack that is about 3 ft in length and about 2 mm in width. What can I do to fix the crack?

The counter was installed long time ago, so the warranty is gone. Any advice or recommendation is greatly appreciated!

Thanks,

Kev-

theeagle

05:49PM | 12/20/04
Member Since: 11/27/04
174 lifetime posts
the granite people have epoxys to 'glue' granite together. but...

is the crack because of the cabinates shifting.?or structural.

if the granite can be loosened off the cabinates(which may not be possible depending what adhesive was used to attach it) ,and the crack can be closed, then a granite person can try to 'glue' the crack back together...it may still show though.

....remember trying to pry the granite loose may cause more cracks..


kchow1

06:00AM | 12/21/04
Member Since: 12/19/04
2 lifetime posts
Thanks a lot for your reply. I'm not sure how the crack occurred. I noticed about a month ago, and it's slowly getting larger. I would like to cover up the crack, but at the very least, I would like to "glue" it back together. Thanks again!
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