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Foam Spray Adhesive

Are you still worried that your sofa will fall over repeatedly after being glued? Are you still looking for environmentally friendly foam spray adhesive?
Sprayidea can let you have an environmentally friendly and stable family. Sprayidea foam adhesive does not corrode the foam, is ecologically friendly, and has fast high initial tackiness. You can use it on sponges, sofas, leather, carpets, mattress, upholstery, etc. It is a must-have spray glue for every family. Its adjustable nozzle allows you to operate flexibly, and its spraying area can reach 8-12 square meters allowing you to improve your work efficiency.
Because of its versatility and environmental protection, everyone loves it.

What’s the main difference between these foam spray adhesives from Sprayidea?

Sprayidea Heavy Duty Headliner Spray Adhesive 97

The main advantage of this glue is its resistance to high temperatures. Effective temperature range is -20℃ to 120℃.

Sprayidea Sponge Spray Adhesive 32

If you are in the interior materials industry, Sprayidea 32 is the most suitable. It is the best spray adhesive for upholstery foam. It won't corrode sponges and foam. Besides ensuring a firm adhesion, it also ensures that the foam always maintains its original softness.

Sprayidea Polystyrene Insulation Spray Adhesive 33

Sprayidea 33 can effectively bond foam rubber, foam insulation, and rigid foam insulation. It is specifically designed for insulation materials, ensuring optimal performance. It provides a strong bond and preserves the insulation material's properties.

Sprayidea Acoustic Foam Adhesive Spray 93

This spray glue is especially for acoustic foam materials. It is mainly applied to theater, stadium, studio and other sound insulation decoration. If you want your sound absorbing panels to achieve the best results, then choosing 93 is the wisest choice.

Sprayidea Pressure Sensitive Spray Adhesive 96

It's the best spray adhesive for pool wall foam. Just like its name, the greater the pressure, the stronger the stickiness. So it is waterproof and very suitable for swimming pool construction.

Also, we have other spray adhesives that can bond lightweight materials such as sponges. But they are all special spray glues for different industries in different fields. So, when you are unsure which glue to choose, don't hesitate to contact us. We will reply to you as soon as possible after seeing the message.

advantages of using spray adhesive for foam

  • Convenient: It is very convenient to carry and operate. So you can complete the work without the help of other auxiliary tools. Especially for the bonding of corners and corners, it can also play a great role.
  • Environmental friendly: Spray glue is very environmentally friendly. Our glue can be sprayed into the bottle without leaving a single drop of glue, so its use rate is very high. Unlike large barrels of glue, there will be glue residue on the barrel wall, which cannot be fully utilized.
  • Long shelf life: The shelf life of the spray glue is very long. In general, the validity period of spray glue can reach 2 years. This means that even if you don't use it all at once, it will still maintain its original performance in the next two years, as long as you close the lid. However, the shelf life of ordinary vat glue can only go from 6 months to 1 year, and the products that have been opened in the middle must be used up. If it is not sealed well, it will affect its performance.
  • Spray evenly: Because the spray glue can be sprayed evenly, there will be no phenomenon of glue accumulation and thick coating. As long as a thin layer is sprayed, it can achieve the same adhesive force as a thick coating of a large bucket of glue. Therefore, it is definitely an advantage in terms of cost performance.

How to choose the best spray adhesive for different types of foam?

Choosing the best spray adhesive for different types of foam is crucial for your project. Let's break down the process step by step and highlight the key points at each stage:

Step 1: Understand Foam Types

The first step is to understand the different types of foam you'll be working with. Foam can vary in composition, density, and flexibility. Common foam types include polyethylene, polyurethane, polystyrene, and more. Each type may have unique adhesive requirements.

Step 2: Make Sure Adhesive Requirements

Next, consider the specific requirements of your project. Factors to consider include the following points:

  • The weight of the materials you will bond
  • The intended application (permanent or temporary bond)
  • Environmental conditions (temperature, humidity).

Step 3: Check the Foam / Spray Adhesive Manufacturer Recommendations

Check the manufacturer's recommendations for the foam and adhesive products you plan to use. Or you can send a message to the spray adhesive manufacturer to make sure which products are available. Manufacturers often provide guidance on which adhesives are suitable for their foam products.

Step 4: Compatibility Testing

Before applying the adhesive to your foam, conduct compatibility testing. Apply a small amount of adhesive to a test piece of foam to ensure it doesn't cause any adverse reactions or damage.

There is one more important thing. If you use the foam indoors, you'd best choose the spray adhesive, which is low VOC. It can make sure the environmentally friendly. Even those with children at home can use it with confidence.