|Posted by hj on February 21, 2004 at 15:44:33:|
|In response to Re: Porcelain Repair|
Since it is cast iron, not china, that means the sink itself did not break and a refinisher should have no more problems than if it were a cast iron bathtub.
: : No. And having a refinisher make the repair would probably cost more than a new sink.
: : : Oops! Broke a 1 1/2" corner off of a porcelain undermount lavatory during remodel. Is there any glue that will hold without showing a crack? LonnythePlumber
: hj an undermount cast iron will cost me $180.00 plus tax and it still won't match the other two in the house. Do you think the bathtub refinishers can repair porcelain?
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