Sugru review and giveaway

Merry Fixmas from Sugru! 

Sugru is a highly addictive mouldable glue, a crafter’s dream and a great addition to any home.  It’s a new wonder material that feels like play dough but acts like superglue and sticks to pretty much anything!

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Sugru review and giveaway

I’ve spent this week with my Sugru multipack fixing and sticking; I started with a pack of black Sugru and fixed a hole in the sole of my favourite winter boots and patched the seal on our washing machine, then I hit Pinterest and saw some great ideas for using Sugru to make your own coloured key covers so I can now quickly find my housekey in vibrant red, and finally I set about making some fun stamps moulding strips of Sugru to form a shell shape and embossing then sticking to a bottle top for a quick crafty fix.  Left to cure for 24 hours the Sugru putty cures and becomes a firm silicone, completely waterproof.

Sugru review and giveaway

Each pack of Sugru stays mouldable for 30 minutes so you can really work the putty to form a firm bond and shape it to suit you.  I am delighted with the results, I thought my winter boots were past their best when the cobbler said they’d be over £30 to resole and they couldn’t be sure they could definitely do the job, they’re lovely boots and thanks to a spot of Sugru they’re fixed and waterproofed again.  I really liked the ideas on the Sugru website, especially using Sugru to colour code, fix or secure wires for cameras and mobile phones as these break really frequently in this house!

Giveaway

Sugru have introduced a new range of colours this Christmas (- available from 21 November) all packaged neatly into Limited Edition tins – a perfect stocking filler or secret santa gift! Priced at £9.99 each give your loved ones a Merry Fixmas with these great value sets exclusively available from Sugru.com  the lovely Sugru team have given me a tin containing five of the new colours to inspire some creative DIY in my readers!

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From fixing broken toys to making childproofed corners and patching up winter boots, you’re sure to find something to Sugru!

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62 thoughts on “Sugru review and giveaway

  1. I have a beloved pair of walking boots which are apparently beyond hope. This is a cause of distress to me! I would love to be able to fix them with Sugru

  2. I need to fix the toilet roll holder in my downstairs toilet, it doesn’t hold the rolls anymore so my daughter keeps unravelling the rolls!

  3. I would fix the corner of the keyboard on this laptop. It snapped off and now I can see the little electric circuit bits – eek!

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  5. I have a lovely jewellery tree and the end of one arm has broken off. I’ve tried several different glues but it doesn’t do the trick so this may be the answer.

  6. I’d coat wooden knobs with it to screw to a heavy block to wedge the conservatory door without scratching

  7. I love the key colour coding and the Boots idea. I have a pair of boot soles that I would love to fix up. Thank you for the giveaway x

  8. I think I might stick all my son’s lego sets together so that he can’t keep taking them apart and losing the pieces under the sofa.

  9. The fridge magnets, I have one from every place we have visited and my daughter broke a few when she was younger and took a liking to rearranging them

  10. Everything my toddler has broken so far this week; mug, plate, fire engine to name a few (terrible two’s have arrived with a bang)

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