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Old 03-21-2019, 12:05 PM   #1
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Counter top crack

I have started to see a hairline crack in the 04 Adventurer counter top, it is running from the bottom right of the sink towards the front end of the counter? Does anyone know of a filler or a way to stop the crack from spreading? Currently the crack is about 3 inched long and no wider than maybe 1/32".
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There are solid surface counter crack repair kits around ...home depot has online
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Usually with plastics and similar materials you need to drill a very small hole at the end of the crack to stop its spreading and then you can fill it. I had to do that on our kitchen corian countertop when it started cracking at the corner of the drop in stove top.
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