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Porcelain Repair
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Post# 977006   1/5/2018 at 16:51 (193 days old) by Spacedogb (Lafayette, LA)        

Hey everyone,
Can someone recommend the best Porcelain repair kit for my KitchenAid interior? Also any application tips. Iíve searched and seen several kits used and available, Iíd just like to know what everyone thinks is the best.





Post# 977198 , Reply# 1   1/6/2018 at 20:12 (192 days old) by Spacedogb (Lafayette, LA)        

Anyone? *crickets* lol

Post# 977245 , Reply# 2   1/7/2018 at 00:30 (191 days old) by askolover (South of Nash Vegas, TN)        

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I've never used this myself but found it on Amazon.  I would think some kind of two-part epoxy would work or a marine sealer (or both), depending on its heat rating.



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Post# 977290 , Reply# 3   1/7/2018 at 09:07 (191 days old) by Spacedogb (Lafayette, LA)        

Thanks asko. Iím really worried about high heat from Kitchenaic and detergent eating away at repair, but Iíll try this and see how it holds up

Post# 977295 , Reply# 4   1/7/2018 at 10:09 (191 days old) by steved (Guilderland, New York)        
It should hold up

I think it will be fine. I also put a layer of clear nail polish over it for extra coverage.
I did that several years ago to the spin-tube that PhilR now has, in the center where the spin-tube attached. It was chipped around the mounting holes inside. I cleaned it first, using a very fine disposable nail file board and I think it's still good.
SteveD


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Post# 977299 , Reply# 5   1/7/2018 at 10:50 (191 days old) by Spacedogb (Lafayette, LA)        

Thanks Steve!!!! Any specific brand you used?

Post# 977321 , Reply# 6   1/7/2018 at 13:40 (191 days old) by steved (Guilderland, New York)        
Not that I remember

Probably from Home Depot or the hardware store. Just don't be afraid to do a couple of coats, letting them dry well for a day or two.

Post# 977339 , Reply# 7   1/7/2018 at 16:16 (191 days old) by Lorainfurniture (Cleveland )        
Por 15

Iíve used this stuff before on cars and appliances. Preparing the surface is key.




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