Restore your corian countertop

Parts of your home need regular maintenance throughout the year. The air conditioning unit should be inspected before summer begins. Your chimney should be maintained before you light your first fire in the late fall. Gutters need to be cleaned in both the spring and the fall.

Parts of the kitchen and bathroom surfaces need repairs too. If your Corian countertop has any nicks, chips, deep scratches and holes, you don't need to panic. 

You can now restore any indoor and outdoor corian surfaces with our LCA® (Light Cure Acrylic®) Surface Repair Kits and.....you don’t need to be a handy homeowners to tackle a corian repair.

HIMG™ Surface Repair Kits are very easy to use, non-toxic and unlike epoxies and resins they are100% safe for food preparation areas.

You'll be amazed by the excellent quality results you'll get when you restore your damages with our corian repair kit.

These repair kits work perfectly on corian islands and corian countertops, tables, sinks, bathtubs and corian furniture (some sofas can be made with a corian base).

 Our products are made of high-tech, nano acrylic and it is completely safe for food prep areas. Some of the amazing benefits are :

-you can get a Perfect Color Match- Suitable for white, brown, black, grey, and clear color and shades.

-unlike your typical surface repair or filler epoxy, our LCA™ (Light Cure Acrylic) Repair material is non-toxic.

-kits work on corian, granite, marble, porcelain, tile, fiberglass, travertine, quartz, natural stones and more.

-they can be used to fix scratches, dings, edge chips, gouges, small holes and more.

-light cure acrylic repair solution withstands moisture, cleansers, and heat up to 285°F.

 they are environmentally Friendly, non-toxic-no unpleasant smell during the repair process.

Cost-effective - This repair kit is a must-have for all households.

 Here’s how to repair granite countertops in 7 simple steps:

  1. Prepare the surface
  2. Apply Light Cure Acrylic
  3. Add Curing Strip
  4. Cure with LED light
  5. Remove curing strip
  6. Sand
  7. Polish

1. Prepare the corian Surface

Clean the defect and around the area so that it is free from dust and dirt. Make sure the area is completely dry before proceeding to step 2. If you're looking for the perfect color match, also see this post.

2. Apply Light Cure Acrylic

Light Cure Acrylic is an effective repair material for nicks, gouges, chips, and  scratches in corian and other natural stone & acrylic surfaces. LCA™ is non-toxic and completely safe for food prep areas, so your corian surfaces will be perfectly safe after the repair.

Place an applicator tip on the Light Cure Acrylic™ syringe and apply a small amount of repair acrylic in the corian defect. For best results, DO NOT OVERFILL. A perfectly filled and cured repair will not require sanding or polishing. We suggest that you make repairs in small sections, no larger than 1/4” or 6mm. Deeper damages will require curing in layers. Additional colors of Light Cure Acrylic™ repair material can be purchased for color blending applications. 

3. Add Curing Strip

Place a curing strip on top of the uncured Light Cure Acrylic. Using a small wooden stick, gently touch the top of the curing strip to help push the repair material into the damage. If your damage is larger than a curing strip, you can use clear packing tape, folded sticky side to sticky side. Packing tape is also helpful when repairing an edge, used as a retaining wall to hold the repair material in place. 

4. Cure with LED light

Focus the blue light just above the curing strip. The Light Cure Acrylic will not cure on its own. Exposure duration will depend on the size of the damage in the granite, but it is safe to start with 5-7 minutes. Before removing the curing strip, use the wooden stick to test for hardness. Additional LED exposure may be needed, especially for larger damages. We recommend focusing the LED light in different sections of the damage.

5. Remove the Curing Strip

Remove the curing strip from the damage and verify for a complete cure. 

6. Sand

Use yellow 220 grit sandpaper to remove any over filled material. Rub in gentle circles. For increased shine, use grey 2000 grit wet sanding paper with a dab of water. Be extremely careful when sanding softer surfaces as hazing or scratching may occur if you are too aggressive.

7. Polish

Gently apply a few drops of polishing paste on the repaired area to wipe away dust while polishing the repaired corian for maximum shine.

NOTE: It is important to follow each step to ensure an efficient corian countertop repair and get optimal results.

Our corian tub repair kit saves you $$$ from repair shops and professionals Whether you want to remedy your corian this repair kit is the best option.

note: you can do up to 10 repairs around your home