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0.5 fl. oz. White Porcelain Repair

  • Ideal for mending porcelain sink, bathtubs, and tile
  • Easy to use
  • Color stays true, even when exposed to heat and water
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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 degrees Fahrenheit) and water resistant.
  • Repairs chips, scratches and nicks
  • 0.5 oz tube with a re-sealable cap
  • Sets in 10 minutes, full cure in 24 hours
  • Non-yellowing
  • ~resistance feature Heat and water resistant
  • White
  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
0.7
Product Height (in.)
3.23
Product Size (oz.)
.5
Product Width (in.)
1.16

Details

Adhesion level
Light
Adhesive Product Type
Glue/Epoxy
Curing time (hours)
24
Dry Color
White
Features
Moisture Resistant
Glue/Epoxy Type
Ceramic Glue
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Number of Tubes Included
1
Product Weight (oz.)
.5 oz
Recommended Surfaces
Porcelain
Set Time (Min.)
10
Usage Location
General

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year from the date of shipment from our facility

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.9
    out of 87 reviews
  • 68%recommend this product
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Nail polish in a tube
Like my title says, might as well use nail polish. This product does not work. With nail polish, you get a better variety of colors to match.
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    First of all, I would like to say porcelain fades with time....just like your teeth! I've used ot...
    First of all, I would like to say porcelain fades with time....just like your teeth! I've used other product and it is always brighter than old sink or old tub. I went to a hobby store and got Microbrush -Fine that work good with adhesives, paints and solvents. Just like the other reviews say the product is runny. With these mircrobrushes I was able to dab and allow the product to fill the pits from rust. Don't tip the tube upside down or the product will run out like water. I dipped the fine brush in the opening of the tube and took my time applying the product. After removing rush with navel jelly I use heat gun before, during and after applying the product. I looked at other product but their cure times were too long, 72 hr long? Around the drain or side wall I didn't have trouble with product running cause of use of fine brush and dabbing motion. Just like touching up a new car with door dings not wanting to let it run down the car's finish. The small chip on the side should have been filled over time. I zoomed into it so you could see it, cause just looking at standing back you couldn't see it. Filling the pits over time and 1000 grit sand paper would look better but I am not trying to make the old tub look new. I will follow up later when the rust returns.
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      9 found this review helpful
      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.
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      17 found this review helpful
      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.
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      • Recommended
      15 found this review helpful
      Quick and simple solution to repair your ceramic stuff
      It was quick and easy fix for the chip on our bathtub. I applied the glue straight out of the tube on the chip and then let it dry overnight. It takes longer then the instructions to dry but does a great job after it has dried. Overall a good product.
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      11 found this review helpful
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      Porcelain repair
      Used on ceramic tile
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      Quick and easy
      I had bought a different brand that called for mixing two things and sanding the spot. My spot was so little, it didn’t seem worth going to this trouble. I took it back and got this brand which was so easy to apply and did a great job.
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