You’ve just torn your gloves, cut your mittens, or ripped open a seam… how do you best repair them? Duct tape? No way! The best way is with a moldable glue called Sugru.
It starts as a putty like substance and then dries to a soft, flexible rubber seal.
Click here to get it from Amazon.com: Sugru – Fix That Thing, Multi Color, 8-Pack
Here’s the step by step on how to use it on fabrics or leather or watch the video below.
- Roll a pea sized amount into a ball.
- Smear the Sugru glue into the tear by holding the fabric taut. Don’t flatten out a big piece of glue like putty and try to press it into the seam. You want to use a smudging motion. Thinner is better! Latex or Nitril gloves help to keep the glue from pulling away from the fabric; it keeps the glue from sticking to your hands.
- Allow 24 hours to cure completely. Add a second thin layer after curing if needed.
Sugru remains soft, flexible, and waterproof.
Click here to get Sugru from Amazon.com: Sugru – Fix That Thing, Multi Color, 8-Pack