It's new but since it was layed out first when building the bathroom, workers came in and out being careless around it. Any way to repair, and is it harmful? The shower pan I think is arcylic.
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The damage on the shower pan shows a black base material. I'm assuming that is steel. I have repaired enameled steel tubs using epoxy enamel repair. I applied it in layers to get good curing and sanded and polished the top coat. In some cases sanding individual layers was necessary so that the areas within the repair did not build up to high. I also prepped the edges of the chipped area with a grinder to give a good clean oval to the damaged section.