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    Small Diamondbrite chip.

    I have a small Diamondbrite chip -- about the size of a Quarter and maybe 1/4" or less deep in the center and less deep around the edges. There is something dark in the middle of it... which I can't determine what it is.

    Is there a good and easy (I know, not usually two words you use together) to fix this? Something like a hydraulic cement, except for this application (that can be used underwater... epoxy?)... Any ideas?

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    Re: Small Diamondbrite chip.

    It may be a piece of rebar in the chip. Take a vitamin C tablet and hold on it, if it gets shiny it's metal. Underwater epoxy should adhere to it.
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