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lsu0005
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Jan 2007
2248 posts

Chipped granite edge
Dropped a cast iron and chipped a polished granite edge (smaller than 1/4"). Any options to repair?


fishfighter
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Apr 2008
35116 posts

re: Chipped granite edge
If you have a small piece of the granite, you could smash it up to a fine powder and mix it with a clear epoxie and fill the spot in. Would have to come back and lite sand and then polish it out. That might work.


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ItzMe1972
Member since Dec 2013
2926 posts

re: Chipped granite edge
Local granite installer could fix it for you. Not sure what they would charge, but call and ask.


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notsince98
Missouri Fan
KC, MO
Member since Oct 2012
11347 posts

re: Chipped granite edge
I just checked with my granite company because of the same issue. $150 was my quote.


rotrain
LSU Fan
Member since Feb 2013
103 posts

re: Chipped granite edge
sounds about right. We had a few cracks, chips, separated seams, etc when we bought our house. Granite repair guy came out for a full day...cost about $600 if i recall.

Looks brand new now, can't even tell where the cracks were.


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The Nino
Atlanta United Fan
Member since Jan 2010
19473 posts

re: Chipped granite edge
DIY stone repair

Seems pretty foolproof and the kit is $30 on amazon. It will probably be a little more challenging since. Your chip is on the edge, but if you use 2 of those clear strips, you should be able to fill the edge


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