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Foams

Foams are used to fix holes and can be used on a mixture of materials such as doors and windows.

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  • Geocel Contractor Straw Foam 750ml

    Geocel Contractor Straw Foam 750ml

    Geocel Contractor Gun Foam is a polyurethane foam suitable for gap filling around window & door frames.
  • Geocel Contractor Gun Foam 750ml

    Geocel Contractor Gun Foam 750ml

    Geocel Contractor Gun Foam is a polyurethane foam suitable for gap filling around window & door frames.
  • Geocel Contractor B2 Rated Straw Foam 750ml

    Geocel Contractor B2 Rated Straw Foam 750ml

    Contractor B2 Rated Foam is a moisture curing polyurethane foam that is ideal for sealing and filling gaps in partitions, sealing through gaps and service trunkings.
  • Geocel Contractor B2 Gun Foam 750ml

    Geocel Contractor B2 Gun Foam 750ml

    Contractor B2 Rated Foam is a moisture curing polyurethane foam that is ideal for sealing and filling gaps in partitions, sealing through gaps and service trunkings.

Foams

Expanding foam is used for plugging gaps, stopping draughts, adding insulation and dampening sound and is sometimes know as insulation foam. Expanding Foam is designed to fix holes of almost any size, from really small ones to particularly large holes, as the foam is capable of expanding up to twice its original size.

It can be used on a variety of surfaces, such as Wood, Glass, Masonry and Metal, and once applied, the expanding foams usually take one hour to dry. Once it has fully dried, the foam can then be sanded, plastered, cut and painted to give a smooth finish.

Specific expanding foams can be waterproof with some designed for the sole purpose of providing a barrier in ponds, fountains and other water features.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is expanding foam waterproof?
It would depend on the type of expanding foam you buy. Typically, cheaper, and more domestic use foams are not waterproof, but the more expensive trade use foams sometimes can be waterproof.
How long does expanding foam take to dry?
Expanding foam takes a total time of 10 minutes to dry.
Where not to use expanding foam.
You should avoid using expanding foam in walls, around windows and doors, as a leak repair, on roofs, near electrical boxes, and around ceiling lights, fans, or open flames.
Can you plaster over expanding foam?
We do not recommend plastering over a large area of expanding foam.
Is expanding foam flammable?
Yes, expanding foam is highly flammable.