"God Bless America"


  • Epoxy Putty (jar-2parts)
  • Hardener Putty (jar-1part)
  • TiO2 (white pigment-bag)
  • Marble Black (bag)
  • Paint Brush (for scrubbing in)
  • Spoons, Craft Sticks & Putty Knife(for mixing & applying)
  • Disposable Gloves (always protect your skin, wash well with soap and water)
  • By Request Only: Red Pigment for pink or red stones and Thickener/Filler to thicken putty for molding missing pieces

Kit Directions:

  •  See Video
  •   See Recommended Tools


-        Locate all pieces of headstone

-        Carefully check if it will reassemble vertically

-        If so, clean all surfaces to be bonded as well as practical with a wire brush (if it falls apart, call us)


-        Scoop out 2 equal piles of epoxy putty onto plate

-        Scoop out 1 equal pile of hardener putty next to them

-        Mix with stick until well blended


-        For white repairs use TiO2 (more gives better UV protection)

-        For black use marble black (more also gives better UV protection)

-        For gray mix in small amount of white and very small amount of black until desired shade of gray

-        For red to pink granite use very small amounts of red with small amounts of white to desired shade (Red pigment by request only)

-        Browns and dulls  may need adjusting with other colors

-        Universal pigments from paint mixers will make any color (you won’t need much)

-        For textured colors, pigments can be applied as a dry rub


-        Stir paint brush in ready to use mortar and scrub into all surfaces to be bonded (both sides)

-        Apply even (probably thin) layer of putty with putty knife

-        Place and align pieces

-        Remove excess putty that comes out with putty knife (reuse elsewhere)

-        Wipe off thin films with 91% alcohol saturated paper towel

NOTE: Epoxy works best above freezing temperatures and stone must be free of moisture. Allow 24 hours cure time before moving a stone.


 For badly broken headstones and other questions or special needs: call or email.


Please Read All Instructions Before Calling

  • Wire Brush
  • Hatchet
  • Level
  • Paper Towels
  • 91% Rubbing Alcohol 
  • Putty Knife
  • Paint Brush
  • Disposable Gloves
  • Spoons, Craft Sticks
  • Surface to mix on
Watch Video For
 Do It Yourself Tombstone Repair