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Have you got a leaky hose? Do you have any Sugru? If you answered yes to both questions, then I'll teach you how to repair your leaky hose ...
You will need: One 5g sachet of Sugru A pair of scissors Cloth (or T-shirt) 24 hours without any rain. A leaky hose.
Take a cloth, or your t-shirt, and dry the area around the leak. This will help to create a stronger bond between the Sugru and the hose itself.
Take a pair of scissors and cut around the dotted line on the Sugru satchet. As you can see when you open it up, the Sugru isn't in ...
Take the Sugru into your hands, and roll it into a snake. Try to make this as even as possible.
Take your Sugru snake and wrap it around the leak on your house. Try to have the ends of the snake overlap, to create a strong bond.
To make sure that water doesn't seep in between the Sugru and the hose, flatten the edges of the snake down. Similar to what you would do with ...
Wait 24 hours before turning the hose on again, and test it to see if it held. Sure enough, the Sugru worked perfectly, sealing the leak and making ...
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