The plastic kitchen sink that we have had for 10 years suddenly cracked vertically (at the angle of 2 sides) when it got filled with water. We have been told that there might have been a weakness in that particular area for some time (it's near the tap) and a hairline crack had probably developed as a result. The plumber is keen for us to get a replacement sink but I was wondering if we could fix the sink instead? I have bought some Unibond repair Power Epoxy repair adhesive (water resistant), but before I apply it, i would like to get a second opinion. Do you recommend it?
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