To repair cracks in a Corian sink, clean the crack with soapy solution and hydrogen peroxide; sand the crack; heat the interior of the crack and surrounding areas; fill the crack with epoxy seam sealer; and sand over cra... More »

To remove stains from a Corian sink, clean the sink with soapy water and an ammonia-based cleaner, and then scrub it with Soft Scrub and a green scouring pad. For tougher stains, try using a targeted product, such as Dup... More »

To use a Corian countertop repair kit, wash the area and scrub out scratches with the color-coded abrasive pads that come in the kit. When the countertop is smooth, let it dry and allow the pads to air out. More »

To patch a crack in a fiberglass tub, clean and sand the damaged area, and apply adhesive, filler, epoxy, fiberglass cloth and sealant to the cracked area. Fiberglass repair kits typically contain the products needed to ... More »

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To repair a cracked sink, clean and dry the crack, apply epoxy adhesive, let it dry, and sand it smooth. Oil ruins the epoxy bond, so avoid touching the crack after it is cleaned and dried. More »

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To repair a cracked acrylic bathtub, drill holes around the crack, insert foam, apply filler, sand it, paint the surface, and buff it. This one-day project requires a drill, foam insulation, polyester filler, a knife, a ... More »

Install an undermount sink using silicone sealant and two-part epoxy to glue the sink to the solid countertop. Gluing the sink in place removes the need to drill into the bottom of the countertop, which weakens it. More »

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