#Ad My 15 Favourite Sugru Fixes

#Ad My 15 Favourite Sugru Fixes


You may well have seen me use this product sugru before It’s a moldable glue that sticks to nearly anything and After 24 hours it turns into a strong flexible rubber so you can use it for all sorts of things Last month sugru ran a 31 days of fixing things campaign Today I’m gonna look through some of these ideas and give you my favorite 15, so let’s get started You can help protect your mobile phone by giving it Subaru bumpers on the corners it makes it look rugged and it really works If you haven’t got any storage in your shower you can use sugru to help We’re fixing these plastic hooks to the tiled wall Using only sugru no drilling needed and making a hook here too After 24 hours they’re stuck solid so you can hang your storage basket And use the hook and how you’ve got a space for your bottles If you’ve got a broken zip. Here’s how to fix it use a paperclip string or wire thread it through the zipper a New sugru to make a nice molded handle Smooth it and leave it to dry and your zip now has a handle again Now this is really cool especially for this time of year if you’ve got a hole in your wellies You can sort of smudge some sugru over it Rub it in Wait for it to dry and it’s a really good little repair flexible and totally waterproof Sugru is great for fixing toys use some white Sugru here to fix the eye back together You can get really creative with sugru and old toys putting things together and fixing them If you have an accident and break of vase you could do a really stylish repair with sugru If you’ve got clothes that slide off a hanger you can use sugru to make your own hanger grips another great tip If you’ve got too many cups in your cupboard all piling up on the side You can use Subaru to make hooks stuck directly onto your tiles After 24 hours you’ve got a new cup holder If you like cooking and you follow recipes on a tablet you do have to be careful not to get it messy You can take three balls of sugru then wrap your tablet in cling film Mark on the wall where to position it then make three sugru hooks Pull them around the tablet So they look like this Leave them to set and remove the cling film from your tablet and there you go You can either follow recipes or watch something while you’re cooking Now this is a really nice idea if you’ve got an old teapot you can use sugru to attach the lid to the pot like this Use some tape to hold it in place while it sets Then hang it up outside on a tree and use it as a normal bird feeder I really like that If you’ve got a broken saucepan lid it works really well at fixing that too This is a really good tip you can use Sugru make some balls and stick them to the inside of a kitchen cupboard or Mold it around a saucepan lid to make some hooks You can color coordinate the hooks to the saucepan lid then use it to store your lids nice and neatly It makes them really accessible and stops them cluttering up the cupboard and brilliant Now here’s a clip from a Subaru video which I made a while ago you can take a kitchen utensil apply some sugru to the back of the handle then take a metal washer and stick it on Do this with a whole load of utensils and leave them to set When the glue has set you can hang the utensils from one of these magnetic strips even though they’re not metal pretty cool, huh It helps to organize your kitchen and keeps your utensils nice and accessible If you’ve got one of these sauce pans with a metal. Handle that conducts the heat and gets very hot you can use sugru to help Let the pan cool down Take some masking tape and put a ring around the front and the back of the handle Then take some sugru and wrap it around the handle in between the tape I Removed the lid and made sure it covered underneath too If you like you can wrap a worm around it like this and mold it into the rest Use some water to help smooth it out all over Then when you’re done remove the masking tape I Did the same sort of thing with the lid Smoothed it all over And left them to set After 24 hours you should have a nice grippy heatproof handle and When you cook with it you’ll be insulated from the metal so you don’t get burns it really works, well and it’s a great tip If you’ve got a set of favorite headphones that you love her to accidentally snaps the lead You can repair them using sugru first carefully strip the insulation off Inside you should have two groups of wires I’ve got one set which look a copper and the other which look red Separate them out on both ends Then use a match to burn off the insulating varnish Reconnect the wires the right way around by wrapping them together and use some insulation tape to separate the two connections Hold it all together with some more tape Then I used some black Sugru To cover the whole joint This will both strengthen and insulate it After 24 hours disaster averted the headphones work again it feels strong and durable and it’s a really good fix It was hard to choose a favorite they’re all such good tips So, what would you use Sugru for you can let me know in the comments below have you got anything that needs fixing or adapting if you want to buy some sugru you can get 15% off for the next two weeks by entering the code DAVEHAX15 DAVEHAX15 at the checkout there’s a link in the description below but do hurry it’ll only work for two weeks I Hope you’ve enjoyed watching this video if you want to see more you can click on the links or take a look at my youtube channel page Stay, safe have fun and as always thanks for watching (Music)

100 thoughts on “#Ad My 15 Favourite Sugru Fixes

  1. What would you use Sugru for? Don't forget to use my discount code if you buy some in the next 2 weeks. Details in the description.

  2. Some of these hacks could definitely be solved with super glue. And #1 hack would be a lot more secure using heat shrink tubing. But I still like Sugru.

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  4. I would make trains out of this stuff. I would make a couple of engines, one steam and one diesel, one of every freight car that would normally be pulled by both engines, and a complete passenger train for the steam engine. I would also make a western train, complete with 2 or 3 passenger cars, 2 or 3 freight cars and, of course, a caboose.

  5. I have a luggage wheel where part of the rubber has come off. Would it be suitable to use for that to fill in the parts that have come off to make the wheel complete again? It's a small 35mm diameter wheel.

  6. The last one doesn't need sugru, just heat shrink tube. Who wants to use a pair of headphones with a huge chunk of rubber on the cable?

  7. Is that stuff nontoxic? Either if it is or not I dont think I would trust it or want it near food. Like having it on pots and pans, the heat might make the toxins come out and seep out on the pan and in your food if it has toxic chemicals in that stuff. It has to be made out of something toxic for it to behave like that. Plastics and man made rubbers usually have it in there even if its superficial I still would not want it around cooking my food. Have enough of it in the air we breathe, in our water, plastics we drink out of. So I'm trying not to add to the many toxins we encounter every day.

  8. Video voice: To protect your iPhone, can make Sugru bumpers.
    Captions: to protect your iPhone, you can make Subaru bumpers.
    Sure thing, aight imma steal a subie bumper for my Galaxy Note 9.

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