Originally Posted by rschuler313
Yeah in retrospect that was the best option. I just did not want the fumes from the contact cement curing inside my house.
A previously experienced disaster, although only a few have managed to break a sheet "in half"...usually it's only a Corner or a "crack".
Tell me, if the sheet was already glued to the Frame, how / why was that Frame bent to such a degree to allow the attached WA-DW to crack? Was there no room in the Stairwell to stand the assembly upright as you negotiated the corner?
Well...I suppose those questions do amount to "salt in the wound'.
As for filling......unless you skim the entire sheet with something akin to Drywall compound, you'll not have much success in disguising the "repair". While such repairs might look OK under room lighting when they involve a horizontal Counter Top, it will not be the same case when the PJ's light illuminates the surface. Don't expect the crack to magically disappear. It won't.
To skim, first you'd need to coat the repaired surface with a adhesive primer like Glidden Gripper. Roll it on liberally....two coats, then lightly sand it smooth. Shoot an image. If you get lucky, you might be 'good to go" as far as panting on an applicable coating. Otherwise,, a couple light skims with Compound and a nice, light even sanding and you will be.