Anyone got any personal recommendations of a procedure and/or method.
I have a couple of very small (say 8mm*2mm*1mm deep) chips caused by the
metal plug 'swinging' into the bottom of the bath I believe (it wasn't me
I have seen this product but given the cost involved for such a minor repair
I would like a recommendation before shelling out.
If it is an acrylic bath, scratches can be polished out since it's the
same material all the way through. Start with fine wet or dry used wet -
say 600 first then 1200 to finish and finally polish with Brasso or an
And change the plug to a rubber one. ;-)
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Dave Plowman firstname.lastname@example.org London SW 12
If you try to 'polish' out a 'scratch' or chip that deep I think you'd be
polishing a pretty big area in order to disguise it or it would appear like
a dent, and possibly become a water trap. I think I'd rather keep the repair
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