Results for: Foam

In Home & Garden

How do you glue foam to foam?

To bond foam to foam, spray Clearco 444 Adhesive Spray, or equivalent, on the both surfaces to be joined and allow to dry until tacky as directed on the product label. Press t ( Full Answer )
In Food Spoilage

Why is your potato foaming?

I assume you mean when the potato is cooking in water it produces foam which floats on top of the water, in which case it is starch. If you rinse cut potatoes before boiling i ( Full Answer )
In Chemistry

Is foam a liquid?

No, foam consists of bubbles of gas trapped in a liquid or solid. A very fine foam may be considered a colloid.
In Hobbies & Collectibles

What is foam?

The most general definition of foam is a substancethat is formed by trapping many gas bubbles in a liquid or solid.It can also refer to anything that is analogous to such ap ( Full Answer )
In Organic Chemistry

What is balasa foam?

balsa foam is a formulated heavy denity phenolic foam i know because i formulate it A.F.T.
In Uncategorized

What is the foam in foam pit?

Its a 1.4 LB polyether, which is a type of polyurethane foam, with a firmness rating of 35 LBS -so it is called a 1435... 1435 CM to be exact. The CM stands for combustion mod ( Full Answer )
In Care of Horses

Why do horses foam?

horses foam after they have eaten and are working hard. if they are working hard while riding chances are that they have been on the bit and they have a soft suttle flection i ( Full Answer )
In Shopping

Where do you get a foam board?

Any art and crafts store definitely have them but sometimes even cheap ones at Walgreen's or Publix
In Hobbies & Collectibles

Is foam biodegratable?

No, some foams are not depending the use and materials used towards manufacture. Most petroleum or engineered foams that require a long term use life do not degrade over time ( Full Answer )
In Baker's Yeast

Why does yeast foam?

Yeast foams as the micro organisms digest sugars and produce gas. The gas is the active factor in making bread rise.