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Porcelain Touch-Up Glaze

Fill in chips in white porcelain sinks, bath tubs, appliances and ceramic wall and floor tile with the PORC-a-FIX Porcelain Touch-Up Glaze. The glaze features a durable, high-gloss finish and is self leveling.
Overall rating:
4.25 / 5
(4 reviews) 4
Open Ratings Snapshot
75%of customersrecommend this product3 of 4reviews
Rating Breakdown 4 reviews
4.3 out of 5.0
75%of customersrecommend this product3 of 4reviews
Customer reviews for Porcelain Touch-Up Glaze
Review 1 for Porcelain Touch-Up Glaze

white porc-a-fix

PostedMarch 18, 2011
Overall rating 
5.0 out of 5.0
5 out of 5
I agree with earlier review that the packaging, the wide mouth bottle, could be improved. I had to open it with pliers the second time I used it. That said, the product is nothing short of a miracle. I had a couple of little chips on porcellain sink, and I couldn't spot them now with a magnifying glass. Same w/ stove top. A perfect fix, in my view, and easy to use, once you get the bottle open.
3out of 3found this review helpful.
Review 2 for Porcelain Touch-Up Glaze
from Bellevue, WA

Easy application and smooth finish

PostedJuly 10, 2010
Overall rating 
4.0 out of 5.0
4 out of 5
I was surprised how smooth this product went on. It seems to self level itself so that the brush strokes disappear, which helps it to blend better with the surrounding porcelain.
The application brush is attached to the cap.
Drying time is 24 hours.
3out of 3found this review helpful.
Review 3 for Porcelain Touch-Up Glaze
from Front Royal, VA

PostedMay 6, 2010
Overall rating 
5.0 out of 5.0
5 out of 5
I take care of all maintenance for a 124 room hotel. I need to keep the tubs and sinks looking like new and this product does it for me. If you have a color other than white you can go to their website and order other colors but you will pay more plus shipping.
3out of 3found this review helpful.
Review 4 for Porcelain Touch-Up Glaze
from Euless, TX

Great if you're only using it once.

PostedNovember 28, 2010
Overall rating 
3.0 out of 5.0
3 out of 5
No, I do not recommend this product.
This is a product designed to repair chips and scrapes in appliances, and it does that with no complaints. The problem is the packaging.
The bottle is a simple jar and cap with a brush in the cap. The problems arose when I first shook the bottle and opened it. Because it's a wide mouth bottle, the excess product doesn't run back down the brush like nail polish might. It runs down the outer rim of the cap, gets all over the threads, and generally creates a mess. It worked well, even though I got it all over my hands and a few drips on the floor that cleaned up easily.
The next problem I encountered was when I went to use it a few months later. Remembering the mess when you open the bottle after shaking, I decided not to shake it and just stir it with the brush after opening. The problem was, it wouldn't open. I had cleaned up the threads as best I could before storing it, but it was stuck but good. As I was trying to think of some extreme measures to get it open, I did finally skae it, but did not hear any liquid inside. Apparently, despite being virtually glued shut from the one time use, it had dried out.
This product would be much easier to use and store if it were packaged similarly to nail polish, which is to have a narrow opening that funnels drips back into the bottle and has much less surface area for air to seep in and dry out the product. I need to buy more repair material, but I will see if there is another brand with better packaging available.
Live and learn.
2out of 2found this review helpful.