Sugru Mouldable Glue Multi-Coloured - 8 Pack - £9.99 incl. delivery from MyMemory
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Sugru Mouldable Glue Multi-Coloured - 8 Pack - £9.99 incl. delivery from MyMemory

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Edited by:"HarryFenner"Found 28th Nov
Sugru is good for repairing stuff. Sugru.com are selling the 'multi-coloured' pack reduced from £14.99 (allegedly). Their other 8-pack, 8 different colours, is down to £10.75, or two lots for £16, as magrimi spotted.

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Sugru sticks permanently to lots of stuff like ceramic, glass, metal, wood, and most plastics and fabrics. Just push it onto something, then it is time to build, seal, fix, create and stick things together. Give it 24 hours, and Sugru turns into a durable, flexible silicone rubber that stays stuck (unless you remove it). Ignite your Creativity!

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14 Comments

Keep it in the fridge and double it’s life expectancy

Just what I do with the wife....she's been very cold towards me... ever since

cburns30 m ago

Just what I do with the wife....she's been very cold towards me... ever …Just what I do with the wife....she's been very cold towards me... ever since


You need to proper rub her down to heat her up.

I think looks like a real interesting concept, but the price is far too expensive.

I'm afraid the chinese knock offs will move in and this company will probably die on the vine.

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cheapo2 h, 7 m ago

I think looks like a real interesting concept, but the price is far too …I think looks like a real interesting concept, but the price is far too expensive.I'm afraid the chinese knock offs will move in and this company will probably die on the vine.


Well possibly, but Sugru have been going for a few years now, and the recipe is patented, so let's hope their current success continues, eh?

This stuff is amazing! So many uses

2 for £16 even better

HarryFenner1 h, 53 m ago

Well possibly, but Sugru have been going for a few years now, and the …Well possibly, but Sugru have been going for a few years now, and the recipe is patented, so let's hope their current success continues, eh?


I don't wish them ill will, but I do believe that there is massive room to truncate profit margins, and thus its inevitable.

Best thing since sliced bread. Mended a cracked shower tray over a year ago still working fine save me hundreds £

Anyone know what kind of shelf life it has? It's the sort of thing I need a bit of once a year I guess but don't want to chuck the bulk of it in the bin because it's expired.

Longy15 m ago

Anyone know what kind of shelf life it has? It's the sort of thing I need …Anyone know what kind of shelf life it has? It's the sort of thing I need a bit of once a year I guess but don't want to chuck the bulk of it in the bin because it's expired.


About a year. As stated above, sticking it in the fridge increases shelf life. I've used Sugru a lot, but would struggle finding a use for 8 sachets. Usually give a few away.

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cheapo10 h, 11 m ago

I don't wish them ill will, but I do believe that there is massive room to …I don't wish them ill will, but I do believe that there is massive room to truncate profit margins, and thus its inevitable.


Point taken. I think the value of Sugru is in not so much in what it contains, rather in what it could enable: saving money by repairing instead of replacing (and reducing landfill!)

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dazza9911 h, 15 m ago

Or make your own with silicon & cornflour. See here for some …Or make your own with silicon & cornflour. See here for some ideashttp://www.instructables.com/id/How-To-Make-Your-Own-Sugru-Substitute/


Oh yeah, I'd forgotten about the home-brew version!
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