Is polyurethane foam toxic?

Answer Polyurethane foam is not toxic under normal usage conditions. However, Art USA Industries explains that if polyurethane foam catches fire, the gases released can be toxic if inhaled. Never keep ite... Read More »

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How do i cut polyurethane foam?

Thin FoamCut thin polyurethane foam with a sharp scissors. Draw an outline of the shape you want with a marker. Pick up the foam and cut along the lines with a scissors. If you can compress the are... Read More »

How do i use polyurethane foam?

Use polyurethane foam to insulate or fill cracks in houses, sheds, walls, windows, doors, patio coverings, cement, sidewalks or garages. Buy polyurethane foam in a spray can from a hardware store. ... Read More »

Can I buy polyurethane foam?

You can purchase polyurethane foam at most local home-improvement and hardware-supply stores. DAP manufactures a spray polyurethane foam that is intended to seal gaps surrounding vents, wires, duct... Read More »

Who invented polyurethane foam?

German chemist Otto Bayer is credited as the inventor of polyurethane foam. It is believed that Bayer, with the help of several co-workers, invented the foam often used for padding or sound-proofin... Read More »