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Porc-A-Fix offers a simple, affordable way to repair cracks, scratches, and small chips in your porcelain bathroom & kitchen fixtures, appliances, and tiles. It can be used on porcelain, cast iron, steel and much more. Available in more than 800 colors – virtually every color produced by the major bathroom fixture and kitchen appliance manufacturers since 1929 – Porc-A-Fix is unparalleled when it comes to matching the color, hardness, and gloss of the original enameled finish. It is the only “fix” on the market that is good under water.
It is also simple to use: Just apply, let dry and buff. If you already know the manufacturer’s color name, it’s easy to select the color you need from the more than 800 available choices. If you are not sure, we’ll help you find the one that’s right for you with answers to a few simple questions.
- Porc-a-fix Porcelain repair touches up glaze kit
- Matches in color to Mansfield White
- Non-yellowing / High Gloss / No Mixing of Ingredients
- Repairs: Chips, Cracks, and Scratches in Porcelain and Enamel
- Contains 1/2 ounce (15cc) of touch up material, brush top applicator, and finishing paper
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Shake and stir bottle well.
Fill the damaged area with thin, even coats, allowing two hours of drying time between each coat. Fill the fissure just to the surface - do not overfill. Do not try to fill deep gouges in one coat. It is not necessary to sand between coats.
Dry the repaired area completely for 24 hours after applying the final coat, and before final sanding and/or buffing.
Sand the repaired area very lightly to remove any imperfections, such as remaining brush marks or debris that has settled into the repair. You may use the enclosed 220-grit finishing paper, or use additional similar or finer grit paper of similar or finer grit as you deem fit. Take care not to scratch the surrounding surface when sanding.