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where to buy foam?

Started by cleanqueen, September 08, 2012, 06:34:31 pm

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cleanqueen

I know I can go down to my local Joann Fabrics and buy foam for a banquette I'm making, but I don't think the quality is very good.  Where on line can I buy a good dense 4 inch thick foam?

forsailbyowner

Miamicorp.com. Rochfordsupply.com  both cater to the retail market without setting up a commercial account

sofadoc

You're quite right about JoAnn's foam. As for buying online "by the slice", You might check out this one:
http://www.foambymail.com/foam-types-for-seats-and-cushions.html

They offer free shipping on orders over $75. I haven't checked their actual foam prices, but I think I remember Gene liking this place. I buy mine off a delivery truck.

You would probably want at least HD-36.
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byhammerandhand

I buy over the counter, but they also ship, standard sizes or cut-to-spec.
http://www.sunshinefoam.com

Keith

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DBR1957

Don't know where you're located but I get all my foam from Foam-to-Size
out of Ashland, VA. (800) 548-5508.

Webpage

http://www.foamtosize.com/

Jim101

September 10, 2012, 04:43:34 pm #5 Last Edit: September 10, 2012, 04:46:23 pm by Jim101
You could give these guys a try:

http://www.foamforyou.com/

I've ordered from them and they were very helpful with questions we had and they're website has a lot of good info.

We don't order a lot of foam but one of the things I remember about ordering foam is that its expensive to ship.

Try to find a supplier near to you if you can to minimize UPS or USPS costs.

Jim