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Sugru Air-curing Rubber - 3 x 5g - White

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  • Self-setting rubber, formed by hand and cures at room temperature overnight
  • Self-adhesive - bonds to aluminum, steel, ceramics, glass, wood and some fabrics. Removable from most non-porous surfaces
  • Waterproof, UV resistant, electrically insulating and dishwasher proof when cured
  • Bendable to any color and temperature resistant from -50 to +180 degree Celsius
  • Please see individual Mini packs for use by date. Store sugru in the fridge to double its shelf-life
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number SWHT3
Item Weight0.5 ounces
Product Dimensions3.5 x 0.4 x 6.5 inches
Item model numberSWHT3
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Batteries Required?No
  
Additional Information
ASINB008MIRQUE
Best Sellers Rank #4,157 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight0.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 18, 2012
  
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

Product Description

Sugru was invented by Jane and is made in the UK with science and love. sugru's patented technology is unique in its combination of hand-formability, self-adhesion and flexibility when cured. It feels like modeling clay and it's that easy to use too. Once cured, its durable properties mean it's comfortable to the touch, works in extreme environments and lasts and lasts and lasts. For more information please visit www.sugru.com.

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sugru was invented by Jane and is made in the UK with science and love. sugru’s patented technology is unique in its combination of hand-formability, self-adhesion and flexibility when cured. It feels like modeling clay, and it’s that easy to use too. Once cured, its durable properties mean it’s comfortable to the touch, works in extreme environments and lasts and lasts and lasts! For more information please visit www.sugru.com

Customer Reviews

It was super easy to use and it worked.
mcs1505
I can think of numerous things I'll be using it for the future.highly recommend this product to fix many many things around the house.
Judy Jacobson
This is perfect for fixing frayed apple charging cables.
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65 of 65 people found the following review helpful By kozi on October 25, 2012
I have been using Sugru since the manufacturer was a small startup company, ordering directly from the UK and paying in pounds sterling. It is much easier to obtain in the US now, thank goodness.

I have to disagree with the reviewers and commenters on Amazon who panned this product. They are trying to use this for a variety of purposes for which it is ill suited. They want to use it as a moulding compound, silicone substitute, plastic sculpture material or clay substitute. It is none of these things.

Sugru is unique. There is no substitute. It is a cross between a foam and an adhesive, and a solution for many problems and DIY projects. It is tough and resilient and adheres well but also removes well. Do you want a foam grip on a tool? To reinforce a cable connection? Glue something but want to be able to peel off the glue later? Want cushioned feet on a piece of equipment and no pads last long? Add a grip to a camera? Bumpers on an iPhone? Add nobs to remote control buttons so you can feel them in the dark?

This is the only thing that will easily do it all, but a moulding compound or casting resin it ain't.
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Steve Benner VINE VOICE on May 15, 2013
"Sugru: Form and Fix" is one of those funny substances that either works for you or doesn't. If you have ever played with Play Doh or Plasticine, you'll no doubt be a dab-hand with it; it is a self-curing silicone rubber compound that bonds to most materials (although not many fabrics) to effect a flexible yet durable repair or modification. Packaged in sealed foil sachets, "Sugru" starts out as a dry, clay-like material which you must first work between your fingers to make pliable and malleable. The material stays workable for 30 mins or so, which should give ample time to fashion most small repairs or additions. It needs a full 24 hours to cure, so for most applications it needs to be fashioned and then left for a day before being put to any use that might detach or deform it. It is available in a variety of colours and these are blendable to some extent, so that you can opt to be either conservative or creative with the colour scheme of your mends and modifications.

Each 5g sachet goes further than you might think: using just one I was able to repair the broken plastic binding of a lanyard; fashion some flexible hooks to hold the cable of my dashboard-mounted sat nav in place without having to drill into the plastic trim of the fascia; and fashion new stops for half a dozen doors on my kitchen units to replace the self-adhesive rubber ones which have either dropped off or turned hard over the years. Just how durable these repairs and alterations prove to be has yet to be determined, but the "Sugru" itself was easy enough to use and has bonded well to all of these surfaces so far.
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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Jess E on April 15, 2013
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I have two Apple power supplies for apple laptops that have developed unsafe, exposed wires where the insulating rubber cover has pulled away at the ends, through regular use and wrapping the cord around the cord management "ears" on the devices. I had tried to fix them with electric tape, but that does not stand up to the bending and moving of the cord, and eventually the wires are exposed again. I used the white Sugru putty, and it worked really well, providing a strong, flexible, insulating cover at the spots on the power cables that experience the most stress. This little product saved me $80 for each replacement power supply.... Plus, I got to relive childhood memories of molding stuff out of Play-Doh. I have preemptively added it to my other Apple cords to reinforce the areas that bend a lot, to try and ensure a long life for my cables. My only gripe is that this stuff seems awfully pricey, for such a tiny amount of product. It is very similar in feel to some of the polymer clays and slow-cure epoxies you can find in the hobby/craft store, but it is considerably more expensive. It's also more flexible, once cured, and doesn't require baking to cure..... So maybe that's why? It's a very unique product, perfectly suited to personalizing and clever hacks for electronic devices. I am glad I know about it, now, and will probably order it again.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Todd M. Posch on October 26, 2012
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Awesome stuff. I have fixed luggage zippers. Made a flush mount ac outlet for my car, as well as a few other things. Uses a little cup of water with a drop of dish soap to get the finger prints off while you are molding it.
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15 of 20 people found the following review helpful By anton2g on September 14, 2012
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This was my first time using Sugru and I had the idea that I wanted to fix my metal shower soap dish. I have been so frustrated with finding a good soap dish that won't rust and looks good, that I decided just to fix my imperfect one. Sugru was easy to work with, just like playdoh. It feels nice and hard now that it has cured. I do not yet know if it will fix my rust problem, but it looks like it probably will. It is nice and all but I am not a fan of how it looks. The end result looks pretty childish, like playdoh on your stuff. I don't think I would use this product on anything visible to guests. The packs are also very small, its nice that they are individually packaged, but I wish each package was larger. One pack was hardly enough to wrap just one soap dish, you really have to be careful how much you use. Its also pretty expensive, almost too much to fix normal cheap stuff, like shower soap dishes. My dish cost me about $7 and the Sugru used to fix it was $4. With a lot of the images of projects they have on their site, I almost am scared to think how much it would cost to do those things.

Sugru does what it is made to do, and it does it well. I just wish it were cheaper. So if you have something out of sight you want to fix, and is too pricey to replace, then Sugru is a great option. Its also a pretty fun way to fix your stuff.

UPDATE: It still allows rust to happen. It might keep the rust out if you completely cover all the metal part entirely, but that takes a lot of Sugru.
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