sugru allows you to make small home improvements quickly and efficiently. You don't even need to use tools, just whip out a pack of sugru and get started.
Here's a selection of great examples that have been sent in from sugru community members around the world.
An enthusiastically opened door will often bounce off the wall or furniture that stands behind it.
A bit of sugru cushions these impact spots so that you can avoid dents and paintwork damage!
A plug that's stiff is a pain to remove form the socket, especially if you have limited mobility.
Add a bit of sugru and a vintage door knob to make a decorative and ergonomical grip.
Even the most smartly finished sinks and baths can dribble excess water onto the floor.
Avoid slippy puddles and floor damp by guiding incidental overflow in the right direction with sugru.
These taps were bought pre-kids, but turned out to be quite dangerous for little heads.
As sugru is waterproof and sticks to metal, it was a great custom solution for this problem. Plus the taps are colour-coded now as well!
Ever burnt your fingers on a hot pan handle?
Skip the scrabble for tea towels or oven mitts by adding some sugru for heat-resistant handles.
It's annoying when a switch comes off. Not big enough to warrant the hassle of swapping out the whole switch panel, an easy fix is needed.
Thanks to sugru's malleability you can stick the switch (or stove dial) right back on.
An ingenious storage solution — and this works not just for your sink!
sugru added to a corner creates new space where you need it.
Add sugru hooks inside your cabinet doors and create a practical storage solution for your pot lids.
You can even colour code them to make things even easier.
Sometimes design goes over function - things look pretty, but are non-intuitive to use.
Improve slippy-when-wet tap handles by adding sugru grips.
No need to drill into tiles. Simply form a hook out of sugru to hang up your towels!
It's extra-handy, especially if you rent your place, that you can remove it without leaving a mark.
A LEGO key ring and a little brick on the light switch next to the front door makes sure sugru-er Emily always knows where her keys are.