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Old 11-07-2012, 09:56 AM   #1
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chipped travertine


Ive got three of these little chips about the size of a pencil eraser in my upstairs bathroom. They were there when we bought the house but im assuming something got dropped. They bug me every time i walk by them. anyway to fill them?


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Ive got three of these little chips about the size of a pencil eraser in my upstairs bathroom. They were there when we bought the house but im assuming something got dropped. They bug me every time i walk by them. anyway to fill them?



Your probably right about something being dropped,and travertine being a very soft material,is prone to damage.

i'll post a link to a repair kit,kinda pricey but you may need it in the future also.

http://www.mystonecare.com/ProductDe...vf-k&Click=813

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