Repairing this tile

by Sli9838737
Other than removal of tile, is there any way to repair this substantial chip. Went to Home Depot but they didn't have any product.
repairing this tile
  11 answers
  • William William on Oct 30, 2016
    There are a lot of tile repair kits available, but they tend to be expensive. I, personally, would use would use a two part epoxy putty to fill the hole. Fill the hole a little above flush, let it harden overnight, then tape off the area around the repair, sand smooth with the surface, mix ceramic craft paints using a fine brush and match the rest of the tile. Here is another site using auto body filler: *****
  • Lisa Terry Hann Lisa Terry Hann on Oct 31, 2016
    You could use tile grout in the same colour and then use paint to duplicate the design of the tiles.
  • Sophia,M.,McConnery Sophia,M.,McConnery on Oct 31, 2016
    Are you sure that is tile?The area has the look of damaged wood.Put in wood filler mixed with Weldbond wood glue,use a putty knife to do the edge,let it dry,sand it lightly with 220 grit sandpaper,and then stain and seal!
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    • Sophia,M.,McConnery Sophia,M.,McConnery on Oct 31, 2016
      .Put epoxy type glue on a piece of cardboard,mix it with a stain color that matches,let it set for about 15 minutes to a half hour.It should be able to be molded into place.Press flat with a putty knife.Take the cardboard with the side you mixed it on.Put that over the spot.Put a heavy book on it,until it sets completely!
  • J747725427 J747725427 on Oct 31, 2016
    Tile repair kit comes with colored wax that you can blend and melt
  • Cindy Cindy on Oct 31, 2016
    Go online and look on DIY for idea's. Go online and describe your problem and you. Might get several suggestion's. I used colored caulk for ceramic tile. My was beige. It worked great.
  • Barbara C Barbara C on Oct 31, 2016
    Sophia,Some New tile ideas look like a wood floor. Makes a beautiful floor with no scratches.
  • Kimberlyelmore23 Kimberlyelmore23 on Oct 31, 2016
    Melt a crayon into the hole ,let harden and then spray clear over it.match up the color of brown crayon of course.
    • Trudy Trudy on Oct 31, 2016
      Or a couple of shavings of different browns to mimic the colors/pattern in the tile.
  • V Smith V Smith on Nov 01, 2016
    Bondo -- it cures rock hard and it takes paint beautifully.
  • Sally-Charles Evans Sally-Charles Evans on Nov 01, 2016
    My thought too! Bondo!! Then go to an art store where they have felt markers in EVERY color and color it. Put a little poly on it to keep the color. on.
  • Steve Boccalatte Steve Boccalatte on Nov 02, 2016
    Repair in two parts. First is to fill the hole with a hard setting filler, being careful to remove excess filler contaminating the rest of the tile. Then, once hardened, carefully sand the filler smooth as best as you can, without sanding the adjacent tile surfaces. Secondly, use a colour matching stain or paint to make the "flaw" melt into the rest of the tile. As you show a timber lokk tile I would say it would be best to stain the flaw in slightly darker colour which will seem to the eye to be a natural timber feature.
  • Cly12000944 Cly12000944 on Nov 08, 2016
    Rock putty should work. Then paint it to match tile. It dries a cream color.