DEFINITION: Chip repair with stone refers to the process of repairing small chips or damage to natural stone surfaces, such as marble, granite, limestone, or travertine. The repair process involves filling in the damaged area with a suitable filler material, which is then polished to match the surrounding stone surface. The filler material used for chip repair may vary depending on the type of stone and the size and location of the chip. It can range from epoxy or resin-based fillers to color-matched grout or cementitious products. The chip repair process can help to restore the appearance of the stone surface and prevent further damage, such as cracking or chipping, from occurring.