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&amp;amp;amp;lt;br&amp;amp;amp;gt; After having sugru bumpers on my iPhone for a year I learned just how protective they are... so I made this video to show you just how ...
To get started, make sure your hands and your phone are clean If you don't have any sugru, you can buy it from www.sugru.com
A Smart Hack (5g) sachet of sugru is plenty for this hack - once you open the sachet you have about 30 minutes to work with sugru before ...
Tear the sugru into 4 even pieces, one for each corner of your phone. Press a piece of sugru onto each corner (be careful not to cover the ...
Once the sugru is in place, get the shape right - gently touch the sugru repeatedly to tweak the shape, don't panic, you have plenty of time.
Once you are happy with you hack, leave it somewhere to cure overnight - sugru cures to a lovely silicone rubber
Yes, sugru is removable - carefully tear the sugru from your phone
There will be some residue left behind, to clean this off, simply scrape it with the back of your finger nail then wipe it clean with a cloth.
sugru bonds well to the metal on the frame of the iPhone 4 but does not bond to the glass (there is some funny coating there) sugru does ...
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