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Touch 'n Foam 200 Board Foot Polyurethane 2-Component Spray Foam Kit

Touch 'n Foam

200 Board Foot Polyurethane 2-Component Spray Foam Kit

  • Dries in 60 Seconds to create a permanent airtight seal
  • Easy to Use - Just Point and Spray
  • Reduces Energy Costs up to 30%
$333.00 /each

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Product Overview

Touch 'n Foam 2-Component Spray Foam expands and cures quickly to fill cavities, gaps, cracks, expansion joints and other sources of air leakage in a building envelope. Resists moisture that can lead to mold or mildew and provides increased sound and thermal insulation. Will not shrink, compress, settle or biodegrade like fiberglass or cellulose insulation. Bonds to a variety of materials, including wood, masonry, metal and drywall.

  • Yields 200 ft. board (16.7 cu. ft.); R-value 5.48 per inch
  • Class 1 fire resistance, ICC evaluation service listed, report #ESR-3052
  • Blend of product yield and portability (Single carton design with built-in carrying handle)
  • Includes anti-crossover spray foam applicator, 10 ft. hoses, 10-nozzles (5-conical, 5-fan), nitrile gloves, safety glasses, assembly wrench, O-ring lubricant, MSDS or instructions, instructional DVD
  • Ideal for medium-size projects, such as sealing basement sill plates/band joists
  • Must be applied when surface and air temperatures are above 60°F
  • How much do you need? Let our calculator help:
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Customer Questions & Answers

Can you use this product to apply behind finished walls?

We are looking for a product to apply in the 2" to 4" gap between exterior masonry and interior finished walls (Plaster and Lathe) in our 100+ year old home. Can we drill a series of holes in the wall, insert the foam and then seal the holes? We live in the upper Midwest and we know we are loosing a lot of heat with no insulation and no vapor barrier.
Asked by: Fred
I do restoration on historic homes. so I know what you are dealing with. First, is this to go between the finished wall and the brick? I ask, because you need to keep in a moisture drain area behind the bricks. if you look around your foundation there will be weep holes for the condensation that travels thought your walls to escape. Covering these will result in condensation collection at the bottom of the wall, producing rot. As for your question, there is an easier and cheaper solution. I drill a large 1 ¼" hole in the outer wall near the ceiling as close as I can get to the top plate and blow in shredded paper insulation. This will eventually settle, and then you can use this product or the one in the single can to top off the insulation before plugging the holes. I have shiplap and wanted to expose it since I am in love with Red Pine, which is extinct and gives old houses that wonderful "old house smell". Since someone "helped" me clean up and threw away all the plugs I so carefully saved, I had to salvage more red pine and recut the plugs, which worked out fine, since I could use a slightly larger hole saw to make those, for a tighter fit. I used Elmer's glue with a screw in the center to use as a handle to hold them in place. By the time you go all around the house replacing the plugs the glue on the first ones will be dry, and you can back out the screw. Do not forget to drill holes in the cavities under the windows too. This is a very messy job, so clear out the furniture, cover everything with tarps and tape it off, then use the shop vac to clean up the worst of it, and go back with a regular vacuum for the furniture. You will need at least 2 people to run this machine. Grab all your ladders, and if you have moved out all the furniture you can and predrilled your holes, the insulation can be done in one day. I have used this method in several old houses including the one I am in. I have the thermostat set at 60* at night and it is still pretty comfortable, though I like to sleep cool. I rebuilt all the windows, removing all trim, and removed the upper window weights. I foamed this area mostly to seal it, since you can only go about 2" thick, leaving a gap for the lower sash weights to travel in. This has helped tremendously!
Answered by: GrueneQueen
Date published: 2017-01-31

How much of this will I need to do a 3,000 Sq ft house.

Asked by: Louis
TOO MUCH buy larger kit NOT the 200 board at a time.
Answered by: rochem1867
Date published: 2017-02-15

How many kits for flooring insulation at 200 Sq Ft with 4 Inch thinkness?

Asked by: Jake
At lease 4 kits. However my each kit I used did not expand to one inch. This is not a cost effective product for insulation. It did not cover the square footage and thickness that was advertise.
Answered by: John
Date published: 2016-11-15

I have a crawl space under my house of cinder block, It was recommended that I insulate the block...

I have a crawl space under my house of cinder block, It was recommended that I insulate the block with foam or spray foam since my water lines/pipes have frozen and broke in the past, I guess I can spray this directly on the cinder block and the area is 3 ft high and about 30 ft by 30 ft square, not sure how much I would need and I would think at an inch thick, it is to reduce any wind/cold air are out?, Please let me know,
Asked by: Jeff
i would still make sure I had pipe insulation well wrapped around my pipe with added duct tape. This sounds like a reasonable way to do it. Just make sure you have plenty of maneuvering room. I think if you had this much room though. I would insulate the floor boards instead.
Answered by: GrueneQueen
Date published: 2017-01-31
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Customer Reviews

200 Board Foot Polyurethane 2-Component Spray Foam Kit is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 14.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from way to expensive per foot cost First off, I have remodeled 14 of my own homes and this was the second time I've used spray in foam instead of traditional insulation. The first time I paid for professional service and the second I did myself with these kits. The cost of having it applied was nearly the same as the DIY kits. The coverage is not appropriate for the cost of the product. Plan to purchase about twice as much as you measured for. The finished cost of spray foam vs traditional insulation is almost twice as much... Also be advised that once the foam is set and dried running additional wiring, plumbing or other repairs can be far more complicated. Until they reduce their prices significantly stick with the rolls ;)
Date published: 2017-01-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The product itself IF used correctly works GREAT. However, as in most foam applications (I have f... The product itself IF used correctly works GREAT. However, as in most foam applications (I have found almost all manufacturers) highly over estimate coverage area. I bought 1 of these units which should have done the job and than some, well it didn't. I HAD to buy a second which (maybe since i was working) didn't give it enough time to warm up (was on cold HD floor) i got 1/2 the coverage as the first. I went back to HD and after 30 mins (and bringing) both 30 lb + packages back got a refund on the 2nd purchase (DUD) device. Overall I LOVE the product, HATE the price. BUT foam is very expensive the other (Green and orange) guys charge $130 alone for shipping dollar for dollar this is the best product around.
Date published: 2016-11-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Covered better than I expected I read through many reviews of this product. Most complained of the kits not coming close to meeting the stated coverage. So, for my ~170 ft2 skylights-in-the-attic project, I went ahead and got 2 of the 200ft2 kits(should cover my 170 ft2 a little over 2 inches deep). Once starting I sprayed almost continually and only changed nozzles once. When all was said and done, I've got at least 3.5 inches of coverage. It was plenty warm when I applied. The only reason it is not 5 star is the price. Lessons learned: 1) The coverage was about as advertised. 2) Get a Tyvek suit and good respirator (I used both). 3) It is hot in an attic in Northern Virginia in June.
Date published: 2016-06-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I would recommend this product with qualifications. As another reviewer experienced, I also ran o... I would recommend this product with qualifications. As another reviewer experienced, I also ran out of Foaming agent (the white tank) well before the catalyst (the brown tank) ran out. The result produced good foam covered in some spots with a gooey mess. You really need to keep an eye out for one tank running out before the other. When I called customer service, the agent recognized the problem immediately so this seems to be either a design flaw or a production flaw of the product. I kept spraying because coverage seemed quite a bit less than 200 BF. Tanks were adequately warmed for several days indoors heated environment. Rim board and concrete being sprayed may have been a bit cool though they were in a heated interior.
Date published: 2016-12-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from failed expectation I followed instructions to the letter and all conditions were good for application, yet after the product dried, it crumbled at the touch instead of being the proper consistency. Also, the coveragecoverage seemed noticeably less than advertised. Would advise others to consider other brands.
Date published: 2016-10-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Unbelievable , simple to use and covers great !!... Unbelievable , simple to use and covers great !!
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from worked like it is supposed to. worked like it is supposed to.
Date published: 2017-01-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from saved me money First time product user. Went through 2 kits for my needs. Used on basement rim joist and inside bay window cantilevers. I was quoted $1500 to spray my basement so spending $600+ and doing it myself with care and attention was well worth it. The drafts are gone through all the cracks and holes. Unbelievable what you can see when you really look in these areas (will keep insects out as well). Using product was not hard. If you are a diy-er, you should be able to handle it (its like spray painting). Make sure temps are right on the product, your walls, your basement. I used a Black and Decker TLD100 to test temps. I noticed the fan nozzle used less product then the cone nozzle. Price wise I could have bought a 600kit for the same cost as two 200kits (lesson learned for others). I used this product along with Great Stuff for larger gaps to save use on this product. I topped off my work with R-30 insulation on the rim joist and inside the cantilevers. Waiting for my energy bills to reflect the difference. Will do attic next year using bigger 600 kit.
Date published: 2015-02-15
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