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Last Edited by qwikwit October 17, 2016 at 04:27 PM
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If you have never used this stuff, take a look:
https://sugru.com/

It is amazing at fixing things. It is like duct tape...only better!


Saw this and jumped on it. This is for the color 8-pack. It usually hovers around $22 with dips to around $17-20.

Lowest price ever according to Camel.
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This stuff is amazing. If you haven't tried it or know what it is...think about it as a Swiss army knife for fixing things and duct tape on steroids.

www.sugru.com

It has never been this low before on Amazon.

Multi 8 pack: https://www.amazon.com/Sugru-Mold...ck+of+8%29 ($11)

Black 8 pack: https://www.amazon.com/Sugru-Mold...+%26+white ($11)

White 8 pack: https://www.amazon.com/Sugru-Mold...ords=SUGRU ($10.16 only - credit to Pudding.skimmer)
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Caveat that it doesn't work on most plastics. If your plastic is shiny/oily then it will not stick.

I bought to repair my luggage and it didn't work at all. It's not disclaimed clearly on their materials, or at least it wasn't when I bought it.
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I've used it for phone charger cords, putting a holder on the back of my tv for my apple remote, etc.
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Awesome, thanks for posting this, I love this stuff! I noticed that the 8 pack of white Sugru is even a bit cheaper. [$10.16]

https://www.amazon.com/Sugru-Moldable-Glue-White-Pack/dp/B00WW8KIQO/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&qid=1476713616&sr=8-9&keywords=SUGRU
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I don't what that this is or why I would use it, but I bought some! Thanks SD!
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DIY SUGRU is always cheaper.

http://www.instructables.com/id/H...ubstitute/
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Does it have the "super-glue" problem; i.e., once you open it up, the unused portion will cure/dry up?
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Quote from alxshanti View Post :
Does it have the "super-glue" problem; i.e., once you open it up, the unused portion will cure/dry up?
Yes. Another important note: Even for unopened packs, there is a shelf life. If you do not use it, it will become unusable (usually 3 years after manufacturing date). If you need it to last longer, as stated in the instructions, you need to store it in a freezer to extend the life another 6 months to a year.

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I don't what that this is or why I would use it, but I bought some! Thanks SD!


I'm sure you've figured it out, but it's a silicone mold, not a glue like some others are saying. Do you want to mold your own piece of silicone/rubber onto something? Do you want to add a rubber grip onto the end of the cooking pot handle? Did you want to make your own rubber bumpers for your cellphone/tablet? Do you need to fill in the crack in a handle on your lawn equipment? You can use this like a putty and make a shape on the object or fill an object, and it'll cure (harden) into a rubber-like silicone.
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I think this would be handy, but thinking of just trying to make this stuff my self... hmmmm...
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So once you created a rubber grip/bumpers on certain object. And after few months, decide to get rid of it. Is it easy to do?
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