1 x 24 x 54 Upholstery Foam
- Product ID: 12454-1835
- Width: 24"
- Length: 54"
- Thickness: 1"
Density: 1.8 lbs Per Cubic Foot
- Common Uses: Light Use & Decorative Applications
- Please Note: This product is or contains urethane foam. Urethane foam is flammable. Once ignited, urethane foam burns rapidly, producing intense heat, dense smoke, and toxic gases. Please keep away from heat, sparks, and flame.
1 inch upholstery foam (size 1x24x54) is appropriate for use in many small upholstery jobs. This would include tie on seat cushions, footstools, and padded headboards. The 1" foam thickness makes this a good choice when additional padding is needed on top of denser foam cushions. It is always a good idea to avoid piecing together small pieces of foam and the 54" length makes it possible to cover all these items with little or no cutting.
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Why did you choose this?
would this work for a fursuit head?
Recently I restored my great grandmothers rocking chair. My mom will be using it eventually, but she's a bigger woman. What memory foam cushion do you recommend for just the seat cushion?
BEST ANSWER: We recommend the high density upholstery foam. The density refers to the durability, not the firmness. Both the medium and high density foams are medium/firm, but the high density will hold up better. As far as thickness, the thicker the better, but it depends on what will look good with your chair.
Im planning to make a tufted headboard, would this one inch thick foam be enough or should i go with 2 inches?
BEST ANSWER: Both would work, so it depends on the look you're going for. The 1 inch is fine for fairly shallow tufts, but we would suggest the 2 inch for deeper tufts.
Would this be a good mask material?
What is the compression of this foam?