I cannot remember where I saw InstaMorph, but I knew I needed to have some.
InstaMorphâ„¢ is plastic that you can heat and mold into any shape you want, in your own home, with no special tools. Itâ€™s non-toxic, biodegradable, and lightweight, which makes it ideal for many applications.
It showed up yesterday and I wanted to just play with it a bit. You need 140 degree F water. My tap was 150 so I filled up a measuring cup and poured some of the beads in there. Waited 2 minutes and the white beads started going clear. Pulled the now stuck together chunk out, shook off water, and started messing with it. Over the next couple hours I would put it back into the hot water, forget it was there while playing Zelda, and heat it back up. Eventually I formed it into the rod you can see in the pic and let it cool down. I wanted to see how strong it was. It is quite strong and has some flex. I can just reheat that rod and start over too.
If I had this as a kid I would of been able to fix a lot of broken toys. On their site they show a mother who made her son a pineapple under the sea.