August 3, 2011

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Another Sugru Post

Yup, another post about Sugru. Well, it’s worthy of at least ten more posts. And we’re not compensated for this, we’re just in Sugru love. If you don’t know what it is, then see Pete’s post. If you don’t want to click away from this engaging post, then I’ll summarize how awesome Sugru is… Sugru … Continue Reading

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Sugru rescues the scratched Harley Davidson fender

When attaching the passenger pillion pad to the fender of a Harley Davidson, I noticed that the rear bracket was at a weird angle, digging into the paint, and making some nasty scratches. NOT happy. I’m not a guy who sits around polishing and waxing and shining motorcycles. I ride them. I’m not THAT obsessed … Continue Reading

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Dad Gift: Sugru Giveaway

It’s no secret that sugru is probably my favorite little gadget-y, tech-y, cool “thing”. sugru is like modeling clay when you take it from its pack. Once it’s exposed to air, it cures to a tough flexible silicone overnight using the moisture in the air. I wrote a post professing my love for sugru a … Continue Reading

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Spatula Resurrected

Maybe a better title is: “How do I fix my broken spatula?” So I accidentally broke my favorite spatula. I didn’t COMPLETELY break it, I did worse, I took a hunk out of it. I don’t quite know what happened, it was a blur. Anyway, HOW it happened isn’t important, what IS important is that … Continue Reading

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Sugru Hacking A Horse Ear

You might be saying “How do I fix my daughter’s toy horse?”. There could be lots of reasons you’d be saying that. Maybe your kid broke it, maybe you broke it. I’m not saying I DID break it, I’m just saying kid toys are so freaking fragile. Maybe it was sitting on the TV stand … Continue Reading

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Sugru. Most awesome thing ever?

Sugru is very science-y, indeed.

Everyone should go online and buy sugru now. There, I said it. Everyone has something that needs it, whether you realize it or not. It’s like a modeling clay that cures into a sturdy but flexible silicone overnight. I’ve used sugru for lots of things, fixing toys, fixing broken sunglasses, fixing apple products, cords, and making … Continue Reading

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