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Technical Adhesive, Flexible, Moldable, Rubber, Sealing Stuff

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by ClayMart, Mar 17, 2016.

  1. It's this weird stuff called Sugru. It cures to the consistency of hard rubber. It seals things. It works over a wide range of temperatures. It cushions. It glues stuff to other stuff. It insulates low voltage electronics. It comes in different colors. It's workable with your bare hands. It has a silly name.

    It seems like something you might want to keep in your glove box or your shop.
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  2. KoolKat-57
    Joined: Feb 22, 2010
    Posts: 2,942

    from Dublin, OH

    Very interesting product, I will probably sent for some.
    Your right it looks like it would be handy to have in the glove box or trunk.
    Thanks for the info.
  3. Interesting stuff....
  4. jcmarz
    Joined: Jan 10, 2010
    Posts: 4,636

    from Chino, Ca

    is it good for safe sex??
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  5. Bader2
    Joined: May 19, 2014
    Posts: 1,143


    2 pounds? How many inches is that?
  6. Mr48chev
    Joined: Dec 28, 2007
    Posts: 26,762


    That looks like handy stuff to have in the car or boat.
  7. ummm... errr... I guess so. If you can wait 24 hours for it to fully cure. o_O And its adhesive properties might prove to be a little inconvenient. :eek:
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  8. Jalopy Joker
    Joined: Sep 3, 2006
    Posts: 24,820

    Jalopy Joker

    ever used this stuff? available at, eBay, etc - even DIY substitute called Oogoo
    Last edited: Mar 18, 2016
  9. belair
    Joined: Jul 10, 2006
    Posts: 8,371


    The application of it may eliminate the need for it.
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  10. A buck-two-seventy four.
  11. That's quite a bit more than freedom costs.
  12. With a shelf life of only 13 months from the date it was Made. it probably isn't real useful in your trunk or glovebox .....
  13. Atwater Mike
    Joined: May 31, 2002
    Posts: 10,024

    Atwater Mike

    If I carried this stuff to make repairs with, it'd probably be used on a 10 month car. :D
    Two pounds, if calced in psi, would be low pressure...
  14. The shelf life could be a concern for keeping it in your vehicle for emergency repairs. But for home or shop use I believe they claim that keeping it refrigerated will double the shelf life.
  15. Yes it does last longer when refrigerated - or kept cool and dark. So for the winter months you could keep it in your car or really a year is fine in your car if you start in the warm months.

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