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infinitelola

07:28AM | 11/01/04
Member Since: 10/28/04
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Hi!

I have just recently bought a older home. when I hooked up my washer and ran the rinse cycle, i notice water dripping from various cracks in the sink. It is probably 30 or 4 years old...... I was wondering if I should replace the whole sink or is there a way of patching the cracks?

thanks!


LonnythePlumber

10:14AM | 11/01/04
What material is the sink made from?

infinitelola

02:17AM | 11/02/04
Member Since: 10/28/04
4 lifetime posts
it is plastic I believe....

LonnythePlumber

12:52PM | 11/02/04
You need to know the material to know if you can make a repair. Plastic would be thin. It could be a man made composite sink. Are you sure it isn't metal? What color is it? Look on the bottom and see if you can see any markings. Name and model.

infinitelola

04:34AM | 11/03/04
Member Since: 10/28/04
4 lifetime posts
It is a dark gray thick plastic, that is mounted to the wall.

infinitelola

06:32AM | 11/03/04
Member Since: 10/28/04
4 lifetime posts
http://www.meganandscott.com/images/Laundry_Room-sinks.jpg

LonnythePlumber

12:04PM | 11/04/04
That looks like a concrete sink. Is it real heavy and solid? I don't know what would seal concrete nor how long it would last.
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