Fix the stuff you love


Fix the stuff you love

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  •  Cures to a soft-touch silicone rubber when exposed to air
  •  Sticks to aluminium, steel, ceramics, glass and much more
  •  Phenomenally durable and waterproof
  •  Withstands extreme temperatures (-60°C to +180°C)


Sugru is the miraculous, flexible compound designed to stick to as many different materials as possible and form a strong bond (...James, Bond) to aluminium, steel, ceramics, glass and much more.

It acts like a modelling clay when you remove it from its pack, but once exposed to air, it cures to a soft-touch silicone rubber. Pimp pliers, get to grips with kitchen utensils, repair flexible things such as cables and leaky trainers, and even give iPhones personalised protective ‘shock bumpers’.

Phenomenally durable, completely waterproof (even in sea water) and impervious to extreme temperature (from -60°C to +180°C), Sugru is set to become a household name alongside Sellotape, Super Glue and Blu-Tack. It’s even dishwasher proof. It's almost Sugru to be true.

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  • Use at room temperature
  • Resistant from -60 °C to + 180 °C. It gets hot and cold but it won't get softer or harder or melt
  • Self-adhesive: It forms a strong bond to aluminium, steel, ceramics, glass and other materials including plastics like perspex
  • Waterproof: sugru is silicone, so it's completely waterproof and durable outdoors. It's easy to clean with soap and water, oh and it's fine with sea water too!
  • Flexible: When sugru cures, it's flexible rather than rigid. Which means that you can repair things that need to be able to move like textiles, cables, or shoes
  • Dishwasher proof: Once it's cured, sugru is pretty much like other silicones - durable in the harsh soapy conditions of your washing machine and dishwasher
  • 3 Mini Packs Multi-Coloured: 3x sachets of Sugru - 1x White, 1x Black, 1x Red. Each sachet is 5 grams
  • 8 Mini Packs - Black & White: 8x sachets of Sugru - 4x White & 4x Black . Each sachet is 5 grams
  • 8 Mini Packs - Multi-Coloured: 8x sachets of Sugru - 2x Red, 2 x Blue, 2x Yellow, 1x Black, 1x White . Each sachet is 5 grams

Customer Reviews

This stuff is freaking awesome. I used it to fix sagging blinkers on my motorcycle.
Lindsay - 4th January 2014
Sugru saved my Dre Beats! I almost completely pulled the wire from the headset and with a lump of sugru and 20mins of OCD smoothing my headphones are as good as new. . A cheap alternative to buying a replacement.
Gavin Murphy - 3rd April 2013
Hiya, does this come off again after it has 'cured'? I think it could be perfect to mould a comfortable grip on my rifle, but I would need to be able to take it off as it may not be allowed at competitions. Thanks :).
Jess - 27th February 2012
Firebox says: Hey Jess, I can happily confirm that once cured, you can remove Sugru with a craft knife and then remove residue with fingernails and tissue paper.
How easy would this be to remove from plastic pipe work? Would it seal small leaks(tiny drips).
Bradley - 26th November 2011
Firebox says: We haven't tried that application yet ourselves, but after a bit of successful Googling I have found many case studies of people who have done that with a fair bit of success.
Hi! Sugru is truly AMAZING!!! I first saw sugru on Firebox, and used up the whole of my 'smart pack black', and liked it so much that I bought a super pack mixed colours, and I had half of the pack, and my freind had the other half! I went to the Gadget show live this year (2011) and I saw the brilliant firebox stand, my friend who I shared the sugru with was the first person to win a angry bird on your 'piggy shy' game!!! I went to Sugru's stand as well and met Jane, the creator of sugru!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Bashie0101 - 19th November 2011
I have 2 questions 1. Can this be used to make custom lego helmets/weapons 2. Can it be painted.
Mr.X - 15th November 2011
Firebox says: This can certainly be used to make custom hats, helmets, arms, legs, well anything (you can even make lego blocks if you really wanted!. Sugro is not designed to be painted, you can try on small patches and see if it adheres!