Whether it’s serving as an interactive cookbook or a wireless TV, a tablet is an awesome kitchen companion. However, resting it on the bench can expose it to spilled ingredients, and doesn’t offer great viewing angles. Mounting it on the wall above your bench is a perfect solution, and all it takes is a little Sugru.
We write about a wide variety of DIY projects, and what we’ve noticed is that a handful of tools make it possible to perform an enormous variety of tasks. This weekend, get to know these all-star tools and the amazing DIY projects they can produce.
Rubber or plastic bumpers in the four corners of laptop bottoms stabilise the computer and also help to keep the laptop cool by adding additional airflow. After a year or two many of these bumpers are lost and it can be difficult to find the specific size for your laptop. Consider using Sugru to make replacement buttons.
There are lots of great, practical uses for Sugru, that mouldable Play-Doh-like silicone. This one can protect your hands in the kitchen — improving pots, pans and other cookware that aren’t heatproof.
It is frustrating to find a leak in a hose, and using a leaky hose will waste a lot of water. But don’t panic! You can use a sachet of Sugru to repair just about any type of hose leak.