One thing that has kind of bothered me ever since we moved into this house was a little chip in the gas stovetop. Apparently it didn’t bother me enough to do anything about it for five years…. But, anyway, here I am with my roundtoit in hand, and I’m gonna’ show you how to repair small chips in appliances.
The spot always bugged me because it looked like dried on food. Not that I keep the rest of the stove spotless- do you know how impossible a black stove is to keep clean? So, when I was at Lowe’s recently, I happened to notice these little bottles of Rust-oleum appliance epoxy and decided to give it a try.
After three coats, it looked pretty good to me. (This pic was taken while the epoxy was still wet.)
It’s a bit shinier than the cooktop, but much better than before. At least I don’t catch myself trying to scrub off the spot.
Now if only I knew of a good way to clean the drip pans. And the grates. Seriously, I would much rather have a white stove than a black one. This thing shows every little smudge and dust particle.
Have you ever touched up a chip on your appliances? I don’t know how well this will hold up, but it shouldn’t get much stress on it.
By the way, I wasn’t paid to review this product, just wanted to share with you what I found and how it works. Not bad for a $3 investment.