Scrub the enamel that is damaged with a sponge doused in soap and water. Rub wet and dry 600-grit sandpaper over the area to remove dirt, rust, and enamel chippings.
Use a small brush to repair enamel with a polyester filler. Gently sand over the filler to smooth over the surface. Apply a primer and allow it to dry completely.
Dispense the epoxy out into a clean plastic or metal container. Do not use glass or foam containers because the epoxy's mixture can heat or melt it. Mix the epoxy well for proper curing. Stir for at least 60 seconds with a clean wooden stick or tongue depressor. Open windows and utilize fans to provide enough ventilation to prevent chemical inhalation.
Apply a thin layer of epoxy to the damaged enamel with an artist's airbrush. Re-coat if necessary. Allow the epoxy to dry for the specified time on the product label. Wait at least 24 hours before using the sink. Do not scrub the repaired area for at least seven days.
Things You Will Need
- Two-component epoxy
- Small brush
- 600-grit wet and dry sandpaper
- Mild soap
- Plastic container
- Clean wooden stick or tongue depressor
- Polyester filler
- Artist's airbrush
- Ask a hardware store associate to help you choose the best shades of epoxy needed for your sink. Bring a chipped piece of enamel to determine the best shades for your sink.