How to Repair Chipped Appliances

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.


How to repair chipped 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.


Repair chipped appliances with Rust-oleum Appliance Epoxy-


After three coats, it looked pretty good to me. (This pic was taken while the epoxy was still wet.)


How to repair chipped appliance-


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.


How to Repair Chips in Appliances using Rust-oleum Epoxy Appliance Repair-


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.




  1. I have used this to and it holds up well. It’s a great cover up! I’m with you on black items; they show dust right after they’re cleaned! Thanks for sharing a great tip!

  2. I’ll have to keep my eyes open for that stuff. I have more chips than I care for…


  3. How cool Sheila! Amazing how after a while we don’t see something, or we put up with it, then one day whammo…NO MORE! I just saw on Ask Anna how to redo your ugly! I wonder how it holds up? Mine is yellow, but it is fiberglass. I guess mobile home stuff from days of yore and yon.
    I have black drip pans also, the silver ones kept turning brownish from heat I guess. I don’t remember this happening decades ago.
    Well ,I am glad you finally “gotaroundtoit” GOOD FOR YOU! 🙂

  4. This is so cool that you found this product for appliance repair. I am soo keeping this in the back of my mind. I hadn’t thought about how hard it would be to keep black appliances clean either.

  5. Wow…that is a great product!…Know what you mean about those smudges!

  6. $33 thats awesome, I have never fixed anything up I just ignore it or stay annoyed with it. $3 it is well worth it.

  7. Thank you for sharing! I didn’t know that an epoxy like that existed. I recently found a great epoxy to fill wood but it wouldn’t work on appliances. You can hardly tell that there was a spot on the stove at all.

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