While this stone can handle its fair share of wear and tear, it is possible to scratch, dent or chip it. Clean the area to be repaired thoroughly with peroxide-based cleaner and then let the granite air dry for 20 to 30 minutes.

Most stone repair experts recommend methyl ethyl ketone for this step, which is available in most hardware stores.

Keep in mind that although more stable than other forms of peroxide, methyl ethyl ketone is highly flammable and should be used, stored and disposed of in strict accordance with manufacturer directions.

Tape around the area to be repaired with masking tape, leaving a bit of an edge of undamaged granite to make blending the epoxy with the rest of the stone easier. This will also limit the amount of sanding you have to do once the epoxy hardens.The tape will create a well for the epoxy to settle into rather than letting it spread out across the undamaged granite. Mix small amounts of epoxy and color in a disposable cup until you achieve a color that most closely resembles your granite. If the granite is speckled or the area to be repaired contains more than one color, mix separate batches of epoxy and hardener for each color you will use. Stir a small amount of hardener into each cup of colored epoxy according to the manufacturer’s directions.

Work quickly to keep the epoxy mixture from setting in the cup while still ensuring that everything is mixed thoroughly. Apply the epoxy to the chip, crack or fissure with the stir stick, building it a little bit higher than the rest of the granite, as the epoxy will settle once hard.

If you are using more than one color, apply small sections of each color at the same time for the most seamless result. Use a razor blade to remove any excess epoxy. Smooth a piece of clear tape over the entire area. This will help to level out the epoxy as it sets and give you the smoothest finish with the surrounding granite. Remove all of the tape once the epoxy is hardened. If the patch seems flush with the surrounding granite, proceed to the next step. If the epoxy settled and there is still a dent in the stone, repeat the repair process, mixing fresh batches of epoxy, color and hardener. Clean the area once the epoxy is even with the rest of the stone using the same peroxide-based cleaner you started with. Smooth out the surface of the repair with steel wool or sandpaper. Using two layers will increase hardening times and give you a stronger finish. You can find kits for repairing granite at most hardware stores, consisting of epoxy, hardener and various color additives.

You would need it to set at least 2 days to stay waterproof. Also in time the color would turn to match the rest of the tub (assuming this is a white tub). I accidentally kicked off a table, & the repair went well. Just like the other reviews say the product is runny. 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. I looked at other product but their cure times were too long, 72 hr long? 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. It was easy to use and pretty much did the job, however, you can notice the white circle. It totally lifted the first time my husband ran the water to do the dishes.




It’s perfect for outdoor applications on items that will be exposed to sunlight water or extreme temperatures.

Easily bonds to vinyl rubber metal glass wood and more. The self-leveling formula forms a powerful bond with most any material and will remain flexible once cured.

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While this stone can handle its fair share of wear and tear, it is possible to scratch, dent or chip it. Clean the area to be repaired thoroughly with peroxide-based cleaner and then let the granite air dry for 20 to 30 minutes. Most stone repair experts recommend methyl ethyl...