Foam Replacement and Cleaning Challenges

If you’ve looked around the house and found a few projects that need to be done, then don’t despair. From time to time, we all have to clean, organize and repair things. Below are some key suggestions to help you get these chores knocked out in no time.

Cleaning countertops

If you have nice granite or marble countertops, they’ve probably become dingy over the years. Special cleansers should be used depending upon what type of material your countertops are made of. For instance, if you have fine marble or quartz, avoid using abrasive cleansers like ammonia, lemon, vinegar, or anything acidic. There are usually special creams for granite, marble and quartz. Use a soft rag and wipe everything down thoroughly.

Window cleaning

If you have a popular brand of window cleaner and a squeegee, you’re all set to clean the windows. Fill a bucket with warm water, squirt each window pane with Windex, then use the squeegee to remove the cleanser from the glass. Take a dry rag and wipe around the frame to remove dust and access water.

Foam replacement

When it comes to foam replacement for indoor and outdoor furniture, the process is fairly simple. First, decide which foam cushions should be replaced. Next, measure each cushion and be sure to record the depth. Look around online to see what types of foam rubber are available for projects like yours.

Convoluted foam

Latex foam

Conventional foam

Memory foam

Brand new foam replacement is easy and inexpensive. Check out The Foam Factory for all types of foam for your foam replacement projects outside, in the boat or in the RV. They have every size. Unusual shapes and sizes are not a problem.