Crack in bathroom sink

kathypassSeptember 15, 2006

I usually hang out in the decorating forum but I have a problem that is more of a repair issue.

We had a counter top with double sinks made for our master bathroom from a place called The Tub Factory. They have recently closed their doors. It is probably epoxy based and was made in a mold. One of the sinks has developed a crack in the middle (about 2 inches long and millimeters wide). Before it gets any worse, is there any product that we can use ourselves to repair this crack?

The background of the sink is white and has some grey, blue and green in it (matches our tile).



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Sounds like a cultured marble type product? Call your local shops and see if anyone can do a repair. This isn't a DIY project, unfortunately.

    Bookmark   September 15, 2006 at 11:26AM
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I'm not really sure of the product type, although we still have the sample so maybe I can bring it to someone and they will know.

Thanks for your reply!

    Bookmark   September 16, 2006 at 8:07AM
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We have an older cast concrete sink in the basement, and the plumber cracked it while repairing a drain. I was able to fill the crack with epoxy, and the repair has held up for several years. However, this is a functional repair, not a cosmetic repair. The crack, and the epoxy, are highly visible when the light is on in that corner of the basement.

    Bookmark   September 16, 2006 at 10:17PM
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I hope you found a fix for your sink.

I am also having problems with a current installation by the Tub Factory, on Long Island. Which branch is closing/ just closed?

    Bookmark   October 27, 2006 at 5:10PM
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Thanks for your post vicki. I had also posted over in the bathroom forum and got a product suggestion, but when I told my DH, he is figuring we will have to have a professional come in and take care of it, as someone said above. If I knew the type of person/business to call, I'd just get it going myself; but I'm waiting on DH!

The place we went to was on Sunrise Highway, I think it was Bohemia.

Good luck with your problem.

    Bookmark   October 27, 2006 at 5:28PM
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I found a company with a new product that is an sink insert. It is custom made to fit inside your sink. Kind of like the bathtub liners except for sinks. Website is

    Bookmark   June 11, 2009 at 1:53PM
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You can use repair kits from NNREPAIR. This is very fast and easy. You can choose the color to match the color of your sink. You reply some repair material to the damaged area, then cure with light and polish. All necessary materials can be found in the kit. Repair is very easy and high quality. You will be happy with the result.

    Bookmark   February 8, 2013 at 3:31AM
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