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    Default Sink repair

    I've got these hairline cracks in a sink, honestly I'm not sure there's a way or a product that could bring it up to par.

    It would probably involve replacing, the sink is set under a decent chunk of marble.

    Is there anything out there?

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    If it is cultured marble, they can grind out the the cracks and gelcoat/reglaze them...

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    "re-bath"
    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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    Call whoever put your counters in. New sinks are cheap. They should be able to lift your tops, replace your sinks and pop the top back on in less than an hour. Probably 30 minutes. New sinks should run $40ish a piece. Just be sure to disconnect your plumbing and faucets before they get there, and expect to touch up your paint afterwards, but shouldn’t be a huge expense.

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    Should be able to replace without lifting tops. They aren't usually installed until after top is in place. Look on bottom side of sink to get brand and model #. No 2 manufactures cutout will be the same. Typically there are 3-4 clamps under neath and the silicone that they used when they set them.

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    Listen to Fishsticker. Easy fix. Replace the sinks or grind out and reglaze. The reglaze will be cheaper, but they're both reasonable.
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    Thats coated porcelain, you can replace that for $80-100

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    Those sinks aren't worth repairing. There should be a name and model number stamped on them underneath. If you're lucky they are still in production and all you need to do is order a new one and get whoever you choose to replace. Pretty simple task. If they aren't still made you shouldn't have too much trouble finding one with very similar dimensions to fit the cut out.

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    White flex seal.

    You're welcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie horse View Post
    Thats coated porcelain, you can replace that for $80-100
    This
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    You can dress a fat chick up, but you cant fix stupid

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