Solid surface sink repair is one of the things most homeowners never have to worry about. If you are one of the exceptions to the rule, then you should know something about fixing the sink. First of all, if the repair you need is for the cracks in the sink, you don\'t need to fix it, you need to replace the sink. When there is a crack in the solid surface sink, there is no reliable or good looking way to fix the crack in one of the sinks. No magic potion can be applied to it, no glue can make it disappear, anything is a waste of money other than a complete replacement, will not stay for repair, it will crack again, usually larger than the original crack. Now, you\'re lucky if the fix you need is a chip or scratch, or even it\'s hard to remove stains. In most cases, these problems can be addressed by someone with experience in solid surface repair and patching. These things can usually be done with some drastic sanding with a sander, or in some cases, even hand-polished with sandpaper. In fact, for small pieces, scratches and stains, most homeowners can actually fix them themselves. The only problem is that most homeowners don\'t even dream of tearing up their expensive solid surface sinks with a piece of sand paper. It could be a wise decision because if they are not used to using the materials, the results they get may be unsatisfactory to them.