refinish sink?

I have an old slop sink that the porcelin finish is worn away in spots. Is there anything available to put a new finish on it? I would like to keep it and try to give it a face lift. Also what can I use to clean deep ground in dirt on the sink as well?
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There are do it yourself products, but they don't seem to get very good reports.
Better, but not perfect are the professionally applied refinishes.
Or you can just replace it.
Judging from what I have seen, I would not bother with the first. I would use the second only for sinks etc that have some special value due to the difficulty of removing them or because of some historic or artistic value. Normally I would suggest the last.
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