Model # 19061-6

Internet #202806506

Super Glue .5 fl. oz. White Porcelain Repair (12-Pack)

Super Glue

.5 fl. oz. White Porcelain Repair (12-Pack)

$32.74 /case

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Product Overview

Porcelain repair is made to fix scratches, chips and nicks on white appliances as well as metal and porcelain fixtures. It is a solvent based adhesive. It will not discolor, is heat resistant (to 250° F) and water resistant.

  • Works on appliances, bathtubs, blenders, metal, porcelain, sinks, toasters and more
  • Easy to apply
  • Won't discolor
  • Dry to the touch in 10 minutes
  • Dries white

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Customer Questions & Answers

can this product be used on fiberglass or not?

Asked by: Jolyn
Jolyn, This product has not been tested for use on fiberglass. We apologize for the lack of available information.
Answered by: Super Glue Corp
Date published: 2016-08-13

Will this product work in repairing a chipped floor tile?

Asked by: Ken
Yes. This product works great on porcelain and ceramic. It even works on metal.
Answered by: Super Glue Corp
Date published: 2017-02-09

Can I use this product for iron cast bathtub?

Can I use this product for iron cast bathtub?
Asked by: hornets
Yes it can. This adhesive can be used on virtually any surface paint can be used on.
Answered by: Super Glue Corp
Date published: 2017-02-01

How come rust bleeds through it? I followed the instruction for cleaning & prepping the surface- was ok 2 days only.

Asked by: Mella
We are sorry that the rust is such an issue. This product was not designed to remove or prevent rust but we were hoping to at least help. Unfortunately, we have not been able to put together a good solution for you.
Answered by: Super Glue Corp
Date published: 2017-02-20
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Customer Reviews

.5 fl. oz. White Porcelain Repair (12-Pack) is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Patience is key Patience is key. Very liquidy substance, may require multiple coats. Tape off the edges and fill the chip. After desired amount is applied remove tape. Take a razor blade and level with surrounding area. This product worked good for me.
Date published: 2016-11-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Crack in sink It definitely covered the crack, but looks like I used white out. I think it looked better before!
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Easy to use, looks fine. This white porcelain repair is easy to apply and so far seems durable. I repaired two good size chips in the bath tub. First I cleaned it very thoroughly then let it dry overnight. followed instructions and puncture the seal in the tube with the handy point built into the cap. Learned that it is important to reapply the cap and shake the tube after puncturing it because the contents have separated while sitting in my tool box. The fluid comes out rather thin and watery, so apply carefully. I applied in two thin applications. You may notice from the photo that the liquid is pure white and the tub is not quite so white. Still, white is much better than black steel showing through the chips.
Date published: 2015-08-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good stuff but it may take a little time to get the hang of it Be sure to shake the tube well before taking the lid off. The first time I tried to use this, I just got a big squirt of glue and solvent with no white in it. I had a tub with five small chips in it. The previous owner covered them with white caulk, and somehow that lasted more than five years. This stuff will be a better repair, though. Dab a little bit into the chip and quickly wipe away the excess. Some of my repairs blended in well with no effort, and some looked like my four-year-old did it. Just wait 10 minutes and take some nail polish remover to the rough spots when they happen. I had one large chip that did require multiple applications. I found it's better to build it up with several small applications than to glom too much on and make a bigger mess. If you dab just a little into the chip, it seems to do a reasonably good job of leveling itself. As others have said, this stuff is noxious, so turn the bathroom fan on while you're using it. Overall I'm happy. A single tube of this stuff costs about $5, which is a lot cheaper than getting a tub re-glazed or replaced.
Date published: 2014-12-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not what I hoped for. I had inherited some chips in a bathtub in the house I bought. I didn't expect miracles, as I have used similar products in years past. I first discovered that this product separates in the tube, so be sure to shake it well before using. After remixing, it was still very thin, which worked fine cosmetically, but it did not fill the chip, requiring layering. Whites never match perfectly, so it was still visible, but better looking than the chips. The tub is in a guest bathroom and has had little use, but it has held up so far.
Date published: 2015-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from As Good As Older Versions I used to get a five buck tub repair kit from here that contained 2 bottles, a mixing tray, and a brush. I was unhappy they don't carry that anymore, but found the results of this newer version to be the same.. Good.
Date published: 2015-12-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for small chips This is a good product for small chips, I tried to do a very large scrape on a dryer. It looked messy, because I am not a qualified repair person of porcelain. I made a mess of the repair and ended up cleaning it off the dryer. I did a small chip in the bathtub and it turned out pretty good. We just had our tub reserficed so the brite white matched perfectly. If I had a tub that was 40 or 50 years old, it might have looded different. It is easy to use and easy to clean off. Follow the directions and you should be ok. Do not attempt to do a large area, leave that to the professionals. Trust me. LOL
Date published: 2014-07-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not bad but not great So I have mixed emotions when it comes to this product. Yes, on one hand it is a great adhesive for porcelain, if you have a chipped flower pot that you'd like to mend or perhaps the edge of a sink. It dries in only 10 minutes and can be reapplied to add additional strength after 24 hours. It cleans easily with a dry rag when wet, or with a little acetone when dry. However, for my purposes I was expecting a little something different. I installed a new toilet in my master bath earlier this year and realized upon unboxing it that there was a small crack along the bottom of the base of the bowl. It's merely cosmetic, but still I was hoping to improve it's appearance some. I applied the product and lo and behold it filled the crack pretty well although it dries with a yellowish film and does little to improve the appearance at all. For something of this nature or if you're simply concerned with maintaining a certain aesthetic appeal, be mindful that this product does it's job, but does not "look" the part when it comes to solid white porcelain.
Date published: 2014-12-16
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