4-Pack 2 x 16 x 16 HD Upholstery Foam High Density Foam Chair Cushion Square Foam for Dinning Chairs, Wheelchair Seat Cushion Replacement FOAMMA
FOAMMA (4-Pack) 2' x 16' x 16' HD Upholstery Foam High Density Foam (Chair Cushion Square Foam for Dinning Chairs, Wheelchair Seat Cushion Replacement): Arts, Crafts & Sewing. Shop foamma at the Arts, Crafts & Sewing store. Free Shipping on eligible items. Save on everyday low prices.. Made in the USA . 1.8 High Density - Has a compression rate of 44 lbs . Uses : Ideal for oval and round poker tables, furniture cushions, boat cushions, car cushions, foam mattresses, bedding support, and all other home and commercial upholstery applications . Will Lasts 5-7 years. . WE ALSO DO CUSTOM CUT FOAMS! PLEASE SEND US A MESSAGE WITH YOUR DESIRED MEASUREMENTS SO WE CAN GIVE YOU THE LOWST CORRECT QUOTATION AND LINK FOR THE CUSTOM FOAM TIER YOU SHOULD ORDER. . Our foams are made in the USA! 1.8 High High density foam has a compression rate of 44 lbs. This means for every 44 lbs on a general idea, your foam will compress by 1 inch. High density foam is designed for that firm feeling for those who dont want to sink into their couch. 100% recovery rate, durability : durable, high density foam suitable for long-term use. All foam sheets are sold per sheet not per yard and rolled for packaging. Packing, shipping & cutting foam packages need to be opened immediately once you receive the package. Do not let the foam sit unopened for more than 1 week. Do not open with a box cutter. Use a ball point pen or a pencil. Start by making a little incision and break it from there. Durability : will last 7 to 10 years. Care instructions : when unpacking, allow at least 2 days for the foam to breathe in order to recover its original size and form. Ideal uses for foams are for Mattresses, Chair Pads, Seat Pads, Cushion, Chairs, Furniture, Pillow, Seat Cushions, Chair Cushions, Patio Cushions, Furniture Cushions, Rocking Chair, Car Seats, Upholstery Repair, Chair Upholstery, Foam Mattress, and Mattress. . . .