Can't afford a new sink and cabinet any DIY ideas on how to fix this?

Can't afford a new sink and cabinet any DIY ideas on how to fix this? (It's cast iron)
q can t afford a new sink and cabinet any diy ideas on how to fix this
  6 answers
  • Tere Watkins Tere Watkins on May 29, 2018
    Have you tried Habitat for Humanity?

  • Easy, have it professonally reglazed, will last another 50 years if properly cared for.

  • 2dogal 2dogal on May 29, 2018
    Go to Habitat For Humanity Re-Store. Look for a used sink. Your sink is past repairing. Replace it.

  • 27524803 27524803 on May 29, 2018
    Considering that this is probably a builder grade cabinet and sink.... and it looks like the sink is rusted thru....refinishing is not an option and replacement of the sink, at least, will be necessary.... Look around in your area for a store selling construction salvage.. like Habitat for Humanity, etc... see if you can find a recycled/re-purposed unit... You may also find something in your price range on Ebay (local pick-up) or on Craig's list, etc.
    We have found some "butcher block" looking counter tops at Lowe's for about $50... just use a really good Marine grade varnish on it... or should have a tutorial on how to cut the new top to fit the new sink.. (if you were not able to find a sink and cabinet unit at the salvage store)

  • Franklinrawley Franklinrawley on May 29, 2018
    is the porcelain intact? if not, you will have to get it re-coated. some stores may have a kit for that, but it may have to be someone that does it as a business. If the porcelain is good, try to use CLR = a product for rust .

  • Sharon Sharon on May 29, 2018
    That looks past repair with an epoxy repair kit, so I think I would look for a used replacment at Habitat for Humanity, and architectural recycler, or convert a stainless steel bowl to a sink to replace it.