Anyone know how to fill in scratches on an acrylic sink?

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  • Patricia Patricia on Dec 29, 2017
    gently try (in a corner first) bartenders friend-- if it works then you will have to add a polish-- and a finish-- rock doctor seal would work

  • Ken Ken on Dec 29, 2017
    Sounds like they are too deep to polish out. Chris, have you ever pictured yourself owning a classic Corvette and doing all of the work yourself? Same deal. You have to purchase a repair kit, use filler on the scratches and repaint. Amazon and most hardware stores will have the kit to repair and refinish sinks.

    You say that you do already own a classic Corvette? You must have money. Just replace the sink.

  • Ray Bassett Ray Bassett on Dec 29, 2017
    Yes, get rid of it. I tried many things and nothing worked. It always look awful. Was sorry I ever had it out in, finally gave up and put in new sink. Will never use any acrylic again.

    • Chris Chris on Dec 29, 2017
      will try some of these suggestions and see....but probably next sink won't be acrylic

  • Bijous Bijous on Dec 29, 2017
    Use an automobile polishing compound. Then use a buffer and shine. Good luck.

  • Chris Chris on Dec 29, 2017
    thanks!