Fixing some frayed cables with Sugru

by on Feb.14, 2016, under Apple, DIY, Sony A6000, Technology


My son purchased a used MacBook and although it was in very good shape, the charger was frayed at the base. We got a new one online but thought I would try this stuff I’d been hearing about called Sugru. It’s basically moldable putty that sticks to most stuff and then hardens to a rubber consistency. I decided to try it on his Apple charger and a lighting cable he frayed as well.

I documented it using my Sony A6000 and the Sony PlayStation Memories app. It gives me a “live view” from my iPad and allows me to take pictures. See the images below – click on them for a larger view.

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