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I used Oogoo (Silicon I caulk + cornstarch) to mould a bath plug - fits perfectly and is watertight! You should read the Oogoo instructable ( http://www.instructables.com/id/How-To-Make-Your-Own-Sugru-Substitute/ ) if you ...
Type I silicon caulk Corn starch or 'Talc' optional dye mixing container mixing stick
I picked up some sample-sized cans of acrylic paint from Lowes (8oz) for a couple of dollars - that size will be more than you'll ever use for Oogoo projects. ...
Once the Oogoo is semi-cured enough to roll into a ball without sticking to your hands, push the ball into your bath or sink and flatten it down. ...
Before the plug is fully cured you *may* want to mark the top with some sort of indentation so that when you use it, it's aligned the same ...
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