My bathroom sink is chipped and has a hairline crack in it. I've already attempted to fix it with a repair kit I purchased from Home Depot, but unfortunately, the damage is still visible.
This is a rental property, and I'll be moving out soon. I'm concerned that my landlord may deduct from my security deposit if the sink's current condition is considered 'damage' beyond normal wear and tear.
Here's a picture of the sink
As you can see, the chip and crack are not severe but definitely noticeable.
Should I make another attempt to fix it or would it be more sensible to just replace the sink altogether? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance!