Quick Tip for Quick (Re)Use of Spray Foam


a impromptu video shot while adding spray foam around the windows of my house last weekend.
Using polyurethane or latex spray foam is a great way for any homeowner to seal air gaps around the home. One issue ... multiple uses from a single can. Here's a quick tip for making clean up and storage easy.

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  • Building Moxie
    on Nov 7, 2012

    yes I really like Touch N Seal's foam products too. thanks for sharing this Robert @Woodbridge Environmental Tiptophouse.com

  • Building Moxie
    on Nov 7, 2012

    + I guess that is one upside of using a latex. water clean up when wet. cheers.

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