- instant bond glue gel (found at most hardware stores like Lowe's)
- Dusting pad
- Carefully dust the broken pieces with a soft dusting pad.
- Carefully wipe the broken surfaces with a damp cloth and put them aside to dry.
- Apply a few drops of instant bond glue gel to the end of the broken piece of polystone. (It is our experience that you only need 2 to 3 drops per 1/2" diameter)
- Hold the two pieces together until the glue sets (about 30 seconds to a minute). You will know that the pieces are set if you let go and the pieces stay together. Immediately wipe away any excess glue
- We suggest using two-part epoxy to repair any break that is not a "clean break" or a large break. You can mix the epoxy according the the instructions on the package. Apply the epoxy with a toothpick and hold the parts together until they set (this may take several minutes). Smooth the epoxy with a toothpick.
- For best results, we suggest that you allow your repair to dry overnight before doing any paint touch ups.
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