If you own or purchase a granite top saw or other tool, it’s bound to happen…..the “DREADED CHIP”.
Next, isolate the area, I covered it with electrical tape and cut out the chipped area.
Mix up some epoxy, I recommend 30 minute because, well, um…it’s what I had on hand.
I over filled the divot, let it dry then sliced off the top.
I did the epoxy step again to fill in some low spots.
Using a sanding block and 400 grit I wet sanded it level then switched to 1500 grit and polished it out. I tried to be a little careful with the 400 grit but it didn’t seem to scratch the granite.
It actually shows up more in the pictures, I’m very pleased with how it turned out. I doubt any one could pick the spot out if they did not know it was there. Hope it doesn’t happen, but if it does give this a try.
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