How to Fix Broken Toys with Sugru

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I’ve got three kids in the house, including one very destructive middle child. She’s kind of like a walking tornado. We have a broken toy several times per week. I’ve had a lot of experience with how to fix broken toys. I’m used to fighting with liquid glue and sometimes having the toy break again shortly after. I was sent a sample of Sugru Moldable Glue and I am so happy we found this! It makes my job as “Official Toy Fixer” so much easier!

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Sugru sticks permanently to most plastics, fabrics, glass, wood and metal. You have 30 minutes to mold it as you please. After 24 hours it turns a durable silicone rubber that stays stuck! It comes in Multi-Color or Black & White!

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I tried Sugru on the Violet Disney Infinity figure. Her head was broken off, and I had already tried using glue a few times with no luck.

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The neck was too thin to get the glue to work well and I had no way to easily keep her head in the right position. I tried putting a Sugru collar around her neck.

It worked! Her head is back on and I think she looks pretty stylish!

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isn’t just for fixing toys. It has all sorts of other uses around the house, too!

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