How To Fix Cracked Granite?

Can you repair broken granite?

Separated Cracks

Often you can repair a separated crack in granite countertop by filling in the gaps with an epoxy glue that matches the color of the stone.

Some granite professionals even use some of the granite dust from where the break occurs to color the epoxy glue.

What causes granite to crack?

Granite is extremely unlikely to crack during normal use. Most cracks are the result of stress during handling, fabrication, or installation. However, it is possible to cause cracks or stress fractures by standing on countertops or, in some cases, placing extremely hot objects on the surface.

How do you fix a crack in a countertop?

Clean out and de-grease the crack using denatured alcohol. Set out two separate beads of epoxy filler and hardener on a disposable surface, as much as you think you’ll need to fill the crack plus a little more. Mix paint and/or original material shavings into the bead of filler to match the tine of the countertop.

How much does it cost to repair a granite countertop?

Granite Countertop Chip, Crack Repair or Resurfacing Cost

Resurfacing granite, including polishing and sealing, ranges from $200 to $1,200, depending on the damage and work needed. You may opt to repair small chips and cracks yourself using a DIY granite epoxy resin repair kit for $35 to $100.

Does Gorilla Glue work on granite?

Gorilla Epoxy will work on granite surfaces and will fill gaps up to 1/16th of an inch.

Will Super Glue work on granite?

Most countertops can be repaired quite well using a clear epoxy or superglue as described above, as the clear material allows the natural color and texture of the stone to come through. Colored epoxies can help make a seamless repair on some countertops, though it isn’t necessary in most cases.