No but I’m buying a pack to put in my work bag and will get back to you! It’s going to be perfect for making hooks for hanging neck switches so they aren’t left dangling, etc… I think I’ll solve a multitude of problems with this stuff! (wonder how easy it is to get off surfaces????!)


Rebecca Nancarrow
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I thought this stuff might be useful for people with partial hand loss, who could make personalised grip shapes, or people who need to hold a button to operate their ECU in a particular place.

Have any of you any experience with this, or similar stuff?



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