If you score the crack, opening it up just a little bit, then you can fill it in with the white and when that dries match the color from the kit.
The base putty is white and is supposed to be used for pure white. This is clearly indicated in the instruction's color formulae.
The product is supposed to fill holes drilled in tiles but how successfully you can match the color depends on how you apply the colorant combination.
TileFix is great for repairing cracks in stone. For larger gaps fill the damage first with the untinted putty and then test tints for correct match for final coat.
TileFix is a great repair solution for tile floors. Building up deep chips may take a couple applications. Providing the instructions are followed, it will dry as hard as the floor.
Yes, this product can be used on quartz.
The Mix2Match TileFix is a great solution for marble floor repairs for chips and for cracks large enough that the filler can be applied.
Probably. Worked well for fixing chips in my tile. If you get some on the hardwood it will wipe off with wet cloth.
Mix2Match TileFix works great for marble repairs! It has the ability to create the same marbling pattern as your marble surface in a durable repair. Please note that TileFix is not intended for use in high water exposure areas such as shower floors, water-line or below on tubs, spas or pools, sinks, or outdoor products that may be exposed to the elements.