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Question DetailsAsked on 9/21/2011

I have a broken granite tabletop. It is a clean break, I can push the pieces back together , Can I glue them together? What kind of glue ?

I want to glue a broken piece of granite back together. The pieces fit flush. What type of glue? I will use it as a top for an end table. Can anyone offer guidance?

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Use granite grade epoxy and and some large clamps. After a twentyfour hour cure time buff out any imperfections

Answered 7 years ago by KP

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Certainly the two pieces of granite fan be glued together. But, will the repair be invisible or will it always look like it has been repaired?

Perhaps an alternate solution would be to have a fine woodworker construct a frame of the same material and finish as the end table and have the granite cut and inserted into the frame as two decorative panels.

Answered 7 years ago by Larry

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Call a local granite countertop fabricator! Don't do this yourself!


The company may need you to bring the top in, or they may be able to come over and do the work. It will need colored epoxy (to match) and sanding/buffing/repolishing.



Answered 7 years ago by wirtzswoodworks

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Apoxy and clamps only way solve your problem

Answered 6 years ago by Serge Construction

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Use knife grade epoxy, you'll need to add pigments for better color matching. Then remove/scrape leftover with sharp raizor blade. If you'll make them flash, no polishing will be required. Or call to your local stone repair company.



Answered 3 years ago by eugene




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