Introduction: SUGRU Pie Server Fix

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This Instructable will show you how to use SUGRU to fix broken utensils around the house. The example used is a vintage pie server.

Step 1: What You Need...

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To fix your broken utensils, all you need is SUGRU.

1. 1-3 packets of SUGRU, depending on the size of your project, whether you want the colors to match, and your utensil

2. Something broken!

Step 2: Blend the SUGRU

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SUGRU comes in white, black, red, blue and yellow. A color chart shows the percentage of SUGRU needed to blend in to a wide color palette. In this case, a little red, yellow and white blended to match the orange of the pie server. Leftover SUGRU can be used for additional projects.

Step 3: Form the SUGRU

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SUGRU is very pliable straight out of the package. Once the colors are blended, it can be shaped, formed or adhered to several surfaces. In this instance, the SUGRU was flattened in to a disc and placed over the handle of the pie server.

Once the SUGRU is in place, the head of the server can be put back in to position in the handle. Squeeze the SUGRU around the server so it is firmly sitting where it needs to go.

Step 4: Allow to Dry

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SUGRU needs 24 hours to dry. Set the server aside and allow the full time to elapse. Once dry, your utensil will be happy and usable again.

Comments

projectsugru (author)2014-10-28

Love this! Those post it notes are too cute. Now the question is, what to bake next...

seamster (author)2014-10-27

Great work! I think more people need to use post-it notes in their instructables!

projectsugru (author)seamster2014-10-28

totally agree! more post it notes :)

ehsan9737 (author)2014-10-27

i like the smilies