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    0 Comparing Memory Foam and Latex Foam
    When looking for foam for your project you may wonder – what’s the difference between memory foam and latex foam? The first difference is between the two products’ ability to “bounce back.” Latex is more elastic than memory foam, making it useful in mattresses, pillows, cushions, and furniture. On the other hand, memory foam has less elasticity so it doesn’t bounce back as well. The value of memory foam is in its superior level of cushion, making it one of the most desirable products for mattresses and medical industry uses.
    0 Foam Mats Keep Kids Safe While They Play
    Every parent, daycare owner, teacher, and youth sports coach knows that children can be a hazard when they get excited and start running around. You don’t want them to hurt themselves, but you also don’t want to keep them from having fun. With the wide range of standard and customizable foam mats available from Foam N’ More, you can ensure that your kids can let loose without having to worry about bumps and bruises.
    0 How To Make Your Outdoor Cushions Last Longer
    When you find outdoor patio cushions that you love, you want to make them last as long as possible. But outdoor furniture gets weathered and keeping it looking fresh is a tough job. If your outdoor furniture cushions have become old and saggy, but you want to keep the frame of your furniture, here’s the best way to replace your cushions.
    0 Polystyrene Foam Cutting Services for Arts, Crafts & More
    Polystyrene foam is customizable cut foam designed to be made into many different shapes and sizes. Additionally, this material is comparatively lightweight and designed to be protected against the damaging effects of water, moisture, and high pressure. One of the most beneficial features of polystyrene foam is its resistance to fungi and mildew. This benefit alone helps keep many small spaces insulated with heat or cold.
    0 How to Measure or Make Paper Templates
    Whether it is your sofa, bay window, seat cushion, or Moroccan lounge seating area, these custom-cut foam inserts are the optimal choice for the best comfort in your home, business, or on the go. All you have to do is add your sizes on the drawing calculator page, draw or make a paper template of all your cushion foam areas, and let Foam N’ More do the rest. We can accomplish all the custom work including inserting new high-quality foam with sewn covers, welt-piping, and zippers.
    0 High-Density Foam & Its Uses
    High-density foam is an optimal choice for a variety of residential purposes. This kind of foam provides some of the most support for legs and back issues as it is especially firm, yet very soft to the touch. What’s more is that high-density foam is long-lasting with lifespans anywhere from 10-15 years — even with every day use!
    0 Protect Children with Pole Bumpers
    Even if the kid comes away with just a minor bruise, they’ll still need you to stop what you’re doing and comfort them. You can eliminate this danger entirely with pole bumpers from Foam N’ More. We offer a variety of pole bumpers to fit your needs and style.
    0 Soundproof Your Home With Acoustic Foam
    When you think of soundproofing, the first thing that comes to mind may be a music studio. You picture a foam-padded room that soaks up the sound waves to prevent the noise from escaping. While yes this is definitely true but acoustical foam isn’t just for music studios!
    0 Cozy Up Your Home for the Holidays
    Every host loves to spruce up their home for the holidays, and with Foam N More’s line of standard foam products and custom-made products, you can deck the halls for your guests!
    0 Creating a Backyard Archery Range
    A backyard archery range provides you with a convenient place to practice your sport and can certainly save you from paying fees to practice at commercial ranges. However, because archery can be a dangerous pursuit, it’s essential to understand the safety concerns of building your own backyard range.