yes, you should be able to repair it with epoxy.  just match the color and polish at low rpms.

On Thu, Oct 14, 2010 at 1:42 PM, Baird Standish <> wrote:
Hi.  Someone called me to see if I could repair a chip in the bevel of her Silestone counter.  I am not acquainted with Silestone but looked it up and see that it is 95% quartz and 5% resin. Would this be something I could fix in the traditional way with epoxy and/or plexus?  can it be honed and polished?
Thanks much.

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