Trevor Belmont/Alucard (Castlevania: Lords of Shadow); via Timeless Vision
Fix-Its (Batteries Not Included)
Verdona (Ben 10)
Chronoscepter (Ratchet & Clank)
Wraith Blade (Legacy of Kain)
Queen La's Staff (Legend of Tarzan)
The Horse Talisman (Jackie Chan Adventure)
Ralua Forest (The New Gate)
Trevor Belmont/Alucard (Castlevania: Lords of Shadow) can temporarily restore the ruined areas of Dracula's castle to their original condition using Timeless Vision.
The Elric brothers (Fullmetal Alchemist) can use alchemy to restore broken/damaged items to "perfect" condition.
Using the Chronoscepter, Clank (Ratchet & Clank) can restore broken and damaged objects to their original condition by striking them.
Leo (Charmed) repairing a neon sign with his Healing powers.
Drawing on Raziel's life force, the Wraith Blade (Legacy of Kain) restores the material Soul Reaver.
The Horse Talisman (Jackie Chan Adventure) can repair inanimate objects, such as a broken statue and a sinking cruise ship.
Josuke Higashikata’s (JoJo's Bizzare Adventure Part IV Diamonds are Unbreakable) stand, Crazy Diamond, has the ability to restore anything it touches or punches into a previous state, or simply repair an object by touching it.
Alphonse Elric (Fullmetal Alchemist) using Alchemy to restore his arm.
Reparo/Mending Charm/Repairing Charm (Harry Potter) can be used to repair seamlessly broken object and works on most materials.