I got my free sample pack of sugru and I just could not wait to figure out how I could use and and boy was I surprised.
this is pretty much straight forward, I got an nes controllers a while back in a deal and it was pretty beaten up so I left it in the corner for a while, then I got another nes controller I had to give to some one but the start button was cut off. so thinking quick I removed the start / select buttons from it and put it into the beat up controller thus making it useless.
this will also work on the snes controller and be as easy to fix as the nes controller, you can also fix the gameboy, ps1 and ps2 controller but that is a lil harder to open
Step 1: What You'll Need
A cut up select or start button, in my case it was an nes controller.
you may also need something flat to help shape the sugru and something textured like sand paper just to ad texture to the sugru.
Step 2: The Start / Select Repair for Nes + More
Step 3: The Start / Select Repair for Nes + More Part 2
Step 4: The Start / Select Repair for Nes + More Finished
if you have any issue like your button won't fit through holes or its the wrong shape/ size, use an exacto nife and trim the excess carefully or you will have to start all over again.
NOW HAVE FUN PLAYING YOUR NES AGAIN (video atatched of it working, the sound wont work for me but might with you)
Step 5: Other Idea's
You can had a nice comfy sugru pad to your n64 controllers joystick, you can replace the rubber on your ps3, ps2, ps1,gamecube, wii, xobox, xbox 360 and any other controller with an analog stick.
You can also make some nice hand grips for your controller.
another use is to fix a ripped cable as i did.