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Amazon.com has a couple of 8-Pack Sugru Original Formula Moldable Glue on sale with prices starting from $11.40. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders $25+. Thanks Mr. Harley
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Mold-able glue with great adhesion and filling properties, which cures into a silicon-type flexible seal. The page says "with deal" so I'm not sure about the Prime bit, as it won't always tell you that if it's Prime only. I got it on a previous SD, and while it's pricey per application, it really is as good as the hype.

https://www.amazon.com/Sugru-Mold...ords=sugru
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If you want you could make your own?
http://www.instructables.com/id/H...ubstitute/
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don't really need sugru to make this [blogspot.com]

On a more serious note, I've used InstaMorph [amazon.com] and found it easy to work with for making small repairs. While the whole packet of sugru must be used at once, InstaMorph comes as little reusable pellets that you heat up so they're moldable. Sugru is more flexible and suited to making grips, while InstaMorph is harder and more durable.
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Great stuff.. Just keep in mind that it expires/hardens in the packet after about a year. You can extend that by storing it in the fridge though.

My best use so far has been to make a "custom grip" for my kitchen knives. Cutting veggies used to make my carpal tunnel flare up really bad, but it's much better with the grip.

I go recommend wearing gloves though to work with this stuff.. Especially for contact lens wearers.
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Thanks for this deal OP, sure will help out fixing my kids toys...lol
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this is a great product and really works well, Ive used to fix a number of things, as well as make an old table less wobbly, connect glass together, and reshape broken plastic parts
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Good product, usually absurdly overpriced. At less than two bucks per packet it's worthwhile.

I've armored an old camera for kid use, added feet to a soldering station, repaired/reinforced a charging cord, some other work.
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If you want you could make your own?
http://www.instructables.com/id/H...ubstitute/
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I picked up a pack of this. I want to make feet for my molcajete so it doesn't scratch the table. I'm sick of having to keep it on a dish towel.
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The Family-Safe | Skin-Friendly Formula version is also on sale for $14.70.

https://www.amazon.com/Sugru-Mold...dable+Glue

Details about the family safe formula:
https://sugru.com/family-safe-formula
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http://www.instructables.com/id/H...ubstitute/
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I used these to reinforce Macbook charging cables (and a lot of other charging cables as well). Have not had to repair anything like that in quite some time.
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Thx op, tu and repped!Smilie I had never heard of this.
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Great stuff.. Just keep in mind that it expires/hardens in the packet after about a year. You can extend that by storing it in the fridge though.

My best use so far has been to make a "custom grip" for my kitchen knives. Cutting veggies used to make my carpal tunnel flare up really bad, but it's much better with the grip.

I go recommend wearing gloves though to work with this stuff.. Especially for contact lens wearers.
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don't really need sugru to make this [blogspot.com]

On a more serious note, I've used InstaMorph [amazon.com] and found it easy to work with for making small repairs. While the whole packet of sugru must be used at once, InstaMorph comes as little reusable pellets that you heat up so they're moldable. Sugru is more flexible and suited to making grips, while InstaMorph is harder and more durable.
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Damn, ya got me...
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