Introduction: How to Make Your Rubik's Cube Identifiable
When I first stared taking Rubik's cubes to friends houses, my friend and I both got confused between our two cubes. So to solve this, I added stickers and other adhesives onto my cube so I knew it was mine. This instructable should help explain how to do this.
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Step 1: What You Need
- Rubik's cube
- Duct tape, a colour of one of your Rubik's cube sides. You can get this from most department stores.
Step 2: Measuring and Applying Duct Tape
In this instance I'm using red duct tape. Measure 1.5cm by 1.5 cm on your duct tape. This is the area of a Rubik's cubes' sticker.
Make sure it is not too big so that it goes over the cubie.
Cut this out and stick it on the matching coloured side on your Rubik's cube.
I would then recommend writing your initials or something on your Rubik's cube so that you know it is yours.
I wrote an 'L' on mine.