GREAT STUFF™ Foam Cleaner is uniquely formulated to dissolve uncured polyurethane foam from project surfaces and applicators for easy removal. The can features both a spray nozzle for point and spray foam removal as well as a threaded cap so it can attach to dispensing guns clean them from the inside.
What is Great Stuff™?
Great Stuff™ is the brand name for a line of one-component insulating foam sealants that can help make your home more comfortable and energy efficient by sealing the gaps and cracks where air conditioned and heated air escape. Great Stuff Pro™ Polyurethane Foam Sealants can be used for both small and large air sealing and retrofit applications by DIY’s or professionals. Great Stuff™ comes in cans with a straw applicator or the new patented Smart Dispenser™. Cans are in 12, 16, and 20 oz sizes. Great Stuff Pro™ series is available in larger cans (20,24, & 30 oz sizes) and use the dispensing guns to apply.
Can I clean the Great Stuff™ Black gun?
How do I get Great Stuff™ foam off of my skin?
If the foam has not cured or hardened, use fingernail polish remover (with acetone); a polyglycol-based skin cleanser or corn oil may be effective. Then wash with soap and plenty of water. If the foam has hardened, there is no solvent that will remove it. It will not harm your skin and will wear off over time. To remove cured foam from skin, use a pumice stone (available at most drug stores) and warm, soapy water. Then apply petroleum jelly.
Where can I buy Great Stuff™ and Great Stuff Pro™ products?
Depending on where you live, you can buy Great Stuff™ products from local retail and hardware stores near you. Visit the Where to Buy page to find a retailer near you.
How do I get Great Stuff™ foam off the side of my house?
There is no solvent that will remove cured insulating foam. If the foam has not cured yet, use Great Stuff Pro™ Foam Cleaner or fingernail polish remover (with acetone) to quickly remove the uncured foam. Test a small area of the substrate first as the chemicals in the nail polish remover and gun cleaner may not be compatible with the substrate being cleaned. For cured foam, remove as much as possible with a dull scraper or a hacksaw blade and then try scrubbing the remaining film with a non-abrasive cleaner. If that does not work, gradually move up to more aggressive means including sanding, sandblasting and repainting.
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Best can foam gun on the market. I have been an insulation installer for 13 years, and this gun is great! Especially with the tip extensions and getting in those tight spots.
It’s about time…You don’t know how many cans I lost due to poor dispensing