Rated 5 out of
Worth a try
This has got to be one of the better expanding foam products out there at the moment. Not only does it fill and yield well, it can bond materials and is controllable. The can does seem to go a long way and if you have either spare clean nozzles or a foam cleaning product then it can be put away and used again and again.
The only criticism is, as others have stated, that if you do have to keep an eye on it as the valve in the can head doesnt shut off straight away and seems to let by gas/ foam or both. This can be sorted (in most cases I've found) with a little drop or two of thinners into the valve to clear the excess foam. Then stand the can upside down with the lid on for 10mins before turning the right way up and storing as instructed.
Date published: 2017-01-26
Rated 5 out of
Yes it can
Used this to fill around an oak door frame to brick, works well, expands into all the holes and sticks very well. goes hard next day and was able to cut off any excess, makes a good job
Date published: 2015-11-13
Rated 3 out of
Not hard, or easy to apply.
I found that when spraying it on to the wall it just fell. I laid the plasterboard flat and glued to that instead and it worked better.
When the foam goes off it is still spongey. This may be what it's supposed to be like but I'd rather my plasterboard was solid.
I also don't think it has the coverage that is advertised.
I'm a DIY'er so not necessarily and expert however I did read the instructions carefully and followed them to the letter.
Date published: 2015-09-14
Rated 4 out of
Good if you get a good can
I have used this product a while now and had no issue with cans free flowing till now. By free flowing I mean release the trigger but it keeps going and going, Others have mentioned this in
Had it been my first time I may not have purchased this again, Faulty one went in a rubble sack till it gave up spewing foam.
Its a good product
It can gum most things to most things
especially your fingers
Date published: 2015-08-26