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Replacement: TOL-11228. Sugru now comes in an 8-pack to prevent the "I didn't use it all before it expired" issue. This page is for reference only.

Description: A 'hack' is a clever solution to an everyday problem. Sugru is a silicone rubber modeling material that sets permanently, empowering you to "hack things better." Sugru comes in sealed, 5 gram foil packets and can be worked in much the same way as modeling clay. It adheres to aluminum, steel, glass, wood, and even some fabrics and plastics. After drying for 24 hours at room temperature, it maintains a hard rubbery texture. Use Sugru to add grip to tools and everyday items, smooth over rough edges, even add non-slip padding to the bottom of electronic device/coffee mugs/anything you want! When it's dry, Sugru is waterproof and dishwasher safe, meaning you can use it on just about anything.

This pouch comes with 12 mini-packs of Sugru material in 5 colors, two Sugru stickers and a 7-step booklet to help you become a 'Sugru Guru.' We like Sugru because it makes tools like pliers and screwdrivers more comfortable to use and also makes a great prototyping material! Check out the Sugru website below for examples of how other people are using Sugru to hack things better.

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Features:

  • Sets in 30 minutes, Cures in 24 hours.
  • Adheres to Aluminum, Steel, Glass, Wood, and even some Fabrics and Plastics.
  • Five gram packs
  • Colors can be mixed
  • Waterproof and dishwasher safe when cured.
  • Temperature resistant from -60° to 180°C

Includes:

  • 2 x 5 gram mini-packs of Blue Sugru
  • 2 x 5 gram mini-packs of Orange Sugru
  • 2 x 5 gram mini-packs of Green Sugru
  • 3 x 5 gram mini-packs of Black Sugru
  • 3 x 5 gram mini-packs of White Sugru
  • 2 x Sugru stickers
  • "Become a Sugru Guru" Booklet

Documents:

Comments 5 comments

  • I keep mine in the refrigerator, as mentioned in another comment. I keep some on hand even at the risk of it expiring because it’s one of those things like glue, or wooden dowels, or perf board, or resistors… You keep it on hand knowing that when a Sugru situation presents itself, you’ll be kicking yourself if you don’t have it.

    Even though I’ve only used small amounts, I’ve used it to substantially improve products I paid hundreds of dollars for. So I think it was money well spent.

  • I assume it cannot be reused? Sticking with my shapelock plastic for now (I believe you have the same product, different brand), Ive seen it…

    Reusable, its just not as-adherey. Or colorful…

    typo! ;(

  • Are there any tips to prolong its life like refrigeration, freezing, etc.

    • On the packaging they say refrigeration doubles the shelf life. I keep mine in the fridge, you just need to give it a few moments to warm up before you start working it.

    • not that I know of. we kept ours in a desk drawer for like 6 months and it’s still fine.

      sugru is a combination of silicone caulk and epoxy (sorta). so, as long as it isn’t exposed to air, it should be fine. temperature extremes would be bad, I’d assume.


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