No Nonsense Expanding Foam Hand-Held 750ml
When you consider that the big DIY sheds sell their equivalents for more than a tenner, this at less than Â£4 currently is an absolute bargain! It sticks to almost anything (best to wet the surface first) and dries very quickly to a nicely trimable firm finish.
Unless you're going to use it all at once I'd advise you to invest in a can of foam cleaner (Product Code: 60133) otherwise the stuff will set solid in the tube and around the nozzle and you'll have wasted the rest of the can.
8 Dec 2014
A lot of foam for the money
I had a few very large gaps left by window fitters who badly fitted the windows years ago (just found the gaps when I removed the trim to decorate).
These tins are pretty big but I bought two anyway due to the bargain price. 1st tin worked until completely empty (had similar products in the past that have run out of gas before contents were expelled) and expanded brilliantly. Yet to use second tin but I could have got away with just the one. Not used it to bond anything yet but the over spill of expanding foam I encountered did indeed stick like something to a blanket so I wouldn't hesitate to try it in this application.
I would definitely purchase this foam again.
5 Dec 2014
Cheap expanding foam
This stuff isn't pretty, but it did the job fairly well.
Be advised - read up on how to administer this product - it expands A LOT! I had a football sized gloop coming out from the gap I'd pumped a fair bit into - more me not knowing how it works!
Like superglue- if you open it, use the whole can because the chances of being able to use the straw/hose thing a second time are very limited.
But - it does what it says it will do, and it costs peanuts. So - fill your boots...!
3 Dec 2014
Does what it says on the tin
Good value foam ideal for those filling jobs. Not sure how much volume the can produces but seems enough.
3 Dec 2014