Sugru

So, some time back I’d heard about Sugru and how great it is for repairing/improving stuff…

sugru is the exciting new air-curing rubber that can be formed by hand. It bonds to most materials and turns into a strong, flexible silicone rubber overnight.

Since my headphone jack had decided to break, and I had a usb cable holding with bad sticky tape, I went in search for some Sugru, and found out that I could by some from WHSmith!

So I got a pack of 12 for 10£, with multiple colours: orange, green, blue, black, white.

It’s really easy to use, it’s just like play-dough! Once you’ve put it like you want it, just let it cure for about 24hours, and you’re done! The final texture is nice and soft, it’s flexible and resists heat/cold/water as well. The only downsides I can see are that once it’s open, you have to use it within those 24hours, also it kind of has a use-before-6-months limitation…

So, great solution to avoid having to {re-buy|throw out} stuff that (already) works without problem!

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