How to repair a chipped faux marble vanity top?

by Lori
Can anyone tell me an easy way to repair a chip in a faux marble vanity top?
q how to repair a chipped faux marble vanity top, furniture repair, tiling
  8 answers
  • IFortuna IFortuna on Nov 10, 2016
    Personally, I would hire a professional for this job. It would probably be cheaper than buying a new counter top. On the other hand, if you want to try to patch, I suggest dental stone which is available on line. It dries really hard and it can be used for other things like patching china and knick knacks. It can also be colored. Best of luck. : )

    • Lori Lori on Nov 11, 2016
      Thank you so much for answering but I have not been able to find a repair company and when I looked at having it replaced with Quartz I was told the vanity was put in before the bathroom was built and the walls and tile and trim will all have to come out. I guess I will have to keep looking for a solution.

  • William William on Nov 10, 2016
    You can check Home Depot, Lowes, And Menards for countertop repair kits.

  • Dove Sue Clark Dove Sue Clark on Nov 10, 2016
    Nail polish

  • Don9556800 Don9556800 on Nov 11, 2016
    Try polymer clay and a heat gun

  • Dee Dee on Nov 11, 2016
    Sand down the edges, get bondo filler and use appliance paint to match the color.

  • Cheryl Skala Cheryl Skala on Nov 11, 2016
    I am facing the same challenge :(

  • Cwh6899259 Cwh6899259 on Nov 12, 2016
    Go to a counter supplier for ideas. I would think you would have to sand it down (perhaps the whole edge by the looks of it) and apply the same type of product the professional counter top companies use to get the shine back. Could be simpler than ya think.

  • Charles Prock Charles Prock on Nov 15, 2016
    Like Dee suggested Bondo will work as will any 2 part material....Mix it "hot" which means more catalyst than it calls for and apply more (taller) than you need....Sand off excess and finish with clear nail polish