How to remove Sugru
It’s easy to remove Sugru
Sugru sets strong and lasts and lasts. But if you need to remove it from non-porous surfaces, once Sugru has set, simply slice it off with a knife, scalpel, or our Sugru remover. Then, scrape off any residue with your fingernail and wipe clean with a tissue.
Will it leave a mark?
If you use Sugru on porous surfaces such as walls, unglazed ceramic surfaces, or unvarnished wood, it is still removable, but may leave a little mark. As for fabrics and leathers, once you've worked Sugru into them, it may be difficult to remove completely and is likely to leave traces.