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Soft-touch silicone rubber that molds and sets permanently. Sticks to aluminum, steel, ceramic, glass, wood, and some fabrics and plastics.

  • Materials: Silicone rubber
  • Contains methyltris (methylethylketoxime) silane; Gamma-Aminopropyl Triethoxysilane. If these substances are known allergens, you should avoid skin contact with the uncured product.  Avoid ingesting and contact with eyes
  • Black & White package contains: 4 each of black and white single use packets
  • Color package contains: 2 each of red, blue, and yellow; 1 each of black and white single use packets
  • Form by hand—no tools needed
  • Cures at room temperature to a tough, flexible silicone overnight
  • Care: Waterproof and dishwasher safe when cured
  • Resistant from -76 degrees Fahrenheit to 356 degrees Fahrenheit
  • UV-resistant
  • 6 month shelf-life
  • Dimensions (in packaging): 8" x 4.3" x 0.4"
  • Weight: 0.3 lb.

267 Reviews (4.6 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

Formable

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I used this on a metal teapot handle that came that way. I just used it on the bottom of the handle to test it. Although it doesn't completely insulate, it's so much better. I also used it to repair a vacuum cleaner cord that was showing the wires and a plastic part near the beater bar that was chattering when I used it. It repaired both problems.More > < Less

5

Great product

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Clever repair product!

5

Unbelievable

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This is the greatest product. Currently I have fixed the cords on my circular saw and my compressor along with both ends of my 50ft extension cord. I have another cord to fix but I have to wait for the Minnesota weather to warm up because it's in my garage.More > < Less

5

A terrific solution

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I have had frayed computer wires and the sugru silicone is the perfect solution to saving the cords.

5

Grommet carries SUGRU!!!

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I saw Lou Manfredini on Kathie Lee and Hoda's show. He showed a new glue that is pliable and and can be shaped to things, like adding "legs" to electric hair irons and curlers to keep them off the counter top. Also, he shaped Sugru around Kindle charger cord ends, which seems to have an irritatingly large amount of built- in obsolescence. The cords seem to get wimpier and frailer each year, so it must be an intentional side business. Lou showed several other uses, but the above mentioned had my attention. I couldn't find it in hardware stores, but Grommet had it! I've, so far, applied it to charger cords and made legs for a flat iron. It works and I'm happy!More > < Less

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sugru - self setting rubber

About sugru

Can You Fix It?

It took more than six years for Jane ni Dhulchaointigh and a team of scientists to perfect her idea for a moldable, self-adhesive, and self-curing silicone material, but it only takes about six seconds to become totally enthralled with her brilliant invention.

Derived from the Irish word “súgradh,” which means “play,” sugru is a bit like modeling clay. It’s malleable when you first take it out of the sealed package, and it retains its plasticity for about 30 minutes. It can adhere to metal, glass, fabric and most plastics. It’s waterproof, and it cures at room temperature after about 24 hours.

Sugru is good for anything that needs fixing, modifying, customizing, or cushioning. Instead of throwing away a blender with a broken switch, you can make a new switch out of sugru. Disintegrating grip on your golf club? Hole in your sneakers? Missing piece on your keyboard? Patch them with sugru. Worried about dropping your camera or smartphone? Wrap the corners with sugru for extra protection. The possibilities are endless.

We’re all conscious about extending the lifespan of our things, both to save money and to reduce the amount of items sent prematurely to landfills. sugru makes it easy—and fun—to be resourceful.
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