Sugru as a glass glue

Gluing glass with Sugru

Sugru Mouldable Glue sticks really well to lots of materials, including glass. Here are three easy steps to sticking Sugru glass and other smooth surfaces:

  1. Roll the Sugru into a small sausage.
  2. Hold the sausage vertically and press one end onto the surface ensuring there is no shadow/gap.
  3. Keep pressing around the Sugru to achieve a good bond.

Benefits of using Sugru as a glass glue

Heat and Cold Resistant

Stable at temperatures up to 180°C (356°F) and down to -40°C (-40°F).

Waterproof

As a silicone rubber, Sugru can be used for sealing applications indoors and out. Ensure surfaces are dry before use.

Holds up to 2kg/4.4lb

Once fully set**, a single-use pack can hold up to 600x its own weight. 

*Sugru does not bond to oily plastics like polypropylene, polyethylene or Teflon.

**Depending on the thickness of the application, for load-bearing projects, allow up to 48 hours for Sugru to fully set.

***Be careful with electricity. Stick to small consumer electronics repairs, low current and below 24 volts.

Projects with Sugru as a glass glue

Q: Can I use Sugru to stick plastic to glass?

A: Yes! Sugru bonds well to plastic as well as glass, so works well for any fixing or mounting projects involving plastic and glass. Please keep in mind that Sugru, like most adhesives, struggles to bond to certain oily plastics such as polypropylene, polyethylene, or Teflon™.

Q: Can I use Sugru on broken glass?

A: Yes you can, but we recommend to be super careful and only piece back together large breaks to avoid any accidents  - safety first!