Sugru attracted my interest because it falls into the category of things I often buy my husband for Christmas. A little bit offbeat, innovative, and purportedly useful for accomplishing around-the-house chores. It looked like an open-ended tool that could solve a variety of problems, and then I forgot about it.
When I saw these pictures of actual uses last week, I thought this product, out of the UK, that you stick and shape to make rubber in whatever form you need, looked even more compelling.
Here are a few ideas for ways to use Sugru in a child’s bedroom:
Wall hooks made out of plastic animals
Attach animals with Sugru moldable glue and then hang bags and hats.
Inside the closet door mounting for flat things
I would make many hooks for hair ties inside the cupboard doors of my daughter’s bureau.
Repairs for broken plastic or wire
Like that doll stroller leg that is making me crazy
Outside the bedroom, having a place to keep a tablet when not using it
(Sorry kid, we don’t keep tablets in bedrooms.)
Do you have a use for this stuff? Find it on Amazon.
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