(Don’t) Bring the Noise! — Sugru and Silence

Sugru

If you’re not familiar with that wonderful product called Sugru, now’s the time to grab some. Bonds to pretty much anything and after it cures (up to 24 hours, but usually faster) it retains a soft rubbery feel. Fans of Sugru have been using it for years to repair things and add grippy-like texture to slippery tools and objects.

The folks at Sugru just released a new video that is very cute, and very inspirational. Got a house or apartment with a lot of noise? Sugru has you covered. Check out the video below, and I’m betting there’s something that’s driving you crazy that Sugru can help fix.

You can find more details about Sugru over at sugru.com, along with videos, tutorials, and other ideas. Buy some here — it comes in a few basic colors that can be mixed to create other colors. (Check out Sugru’s color creation tool here.)

About James Floyd Kelly

James Floyd Kelly is a writer from Atlanta, GA. His latest two books are "Arduino Adventures: Escape from Gemini Station" and "Kodu for Kids." He and his wife have two young boys who are into everything, literally and figuratively.

About James Floyd Kelly

James Floyd Kelly is a writer from Atlanta, GA. His latest two books are "Arduino Adventures: Escape from Gemini Station" and "Kodu for Kids." He and his wife have two young boys who are into everything, literally and figuratively.

2 thoughts on “(Don’t) Bring the Noise! — Sugru and Silence

  1. The video is fun, but I don’t know that I’d put Sugru on my dishes. The other uses, maybe, but it seems like putting feet on your plates would be more trouble than it’s worth.

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