Sugru Key Cover

Introduction: Sugru Key Cover

Adding a custom cover to your keys is one quick way to make them easier to identify in the dark.

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Step 1:

First, mold a small flat piece of Sugru around your key.

Step 2:

Then mold the Sugru into the new shape and texture you would like.  (This example was textured with the edge of a #2 pencil.)

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    sharpstick
    sharpstick

    3 years ago

    I'm rough on keychains in my pocket. To make it more durable: Drill some holes through the key head and cut notches in the edges before putting the Sugru on. Make sure the Sugru is pushed through the holes so both sides are connected. To make it even stronger, thread some string or wire through the holes and notches first. This will give the Sugru something better than smooth metal to bond to.