So far I've
1. Replaced the burnt silicon handle from a large Anolon frying pan. - heat resistant to 180°C, this is what started me off
2. Joined black plastic egg holder in an ancient 3 egg steamer. Rough job but did the trick
3. Replaced the broken button on the base of a chair leg. Blended brown with a bit of yellow as no white left. Good enough and covered the protruding screw
Cable fixes not included
This is fun!
Welcome to the Bunnings Workshop community @DeeDeeBee. It's great to have you join us, and many thanks for sharing your projects.
It's wonderful to see your creative use of silicone-based moulding putties. They really do have a myriad of different uses. You might be interested to know that we have our own version, Kintsuglue. It's also an excellent product, and I trust you'll be able to use it very effectively.
We look forward to hearing about your projects around the house and garden. Please let us know anytime you need assistance or have something to share with the community.
Well done @DeeDeeBee! 👍
It's a great feeling when you can fix things with minimal fuss and economically.
"1. Replaced the burnt silicon handle from a large Anolon frying pan."
I'm interested to hear how you did this, please. The handle is riveted on?
Ahhh....how did you appear above me Mitchell - you weren't there a minute ago??
I see - a silicon product. Nice!