Save Spray Foamcomments (8) April 22nd, 2010 in Blogs
Video Length: 1:30
Produced by: John Ross, Edited by Cari Delahanty
How to make a disposable spray-foam can last if you don't use it all at once
Neil Facia writes:
Often I don't need an entire can of spray foam but if I just set it aside the straw gets all blocked up with foam. To keep it clear of foam I insert one or two wood skewers (depending on the straw size) and leave them in till the foam dries, then I just slide the skewers out and the foam comes with it.
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