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Soudal Beige Gap filling expanding foam 500 ml
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This 500ml water resistant, fast curing gap filling expanding foam from Soudal has been specially designed for quick and easy filling of gaps, joints, holes and pipe penetrations around the interior and exterior of your home. Simply apply and leave for 1½ hours for a bead of 3cm to dry. It comes in an easily storable and transportable aerosol and expands to approximately 30 times the size of the can. If you're using it during redecoration projects, it's sandable and paintable, making it perfect for giving a smooth, professional finish once dried.
- Fast curing 1½ hours for a bead of 3cm
Features and benefits
- Perfect for improving thermal and acoustic insulation and eliminating drafts or thermal bridges
- Water resistant
- Sticks to practically any building material, including brick, concrete, insulation materials, pipes, cables, ducts, wood, metals and most plastics
Health and safety
Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
|Location||Internal & external|
|Litre capacity (ml)||500ml|
|Drying time||1½ hours for a bead of 3cm|
|Cure rate||Fast curing|
|Expansion||Approximately 30 times the size of the can|
Poor Unless Used First Time
Unimpressed 2 - 17 days ago
I have used two of these recently.
First - a 750ml that I used in small amounts over a few days however after leaving for a longer period the trigger valve was solid and wouldn’t work at all.
Second - a 500ml that was about third used then left for a few weeks. The air pressure seemed very low and the foam barely dribbled out. Again the valve was very hard to depress.
Both cans had the tubes removed and the excess foam removed from the valve after use but can’t be cleared inside as the Genius valve can’t be removed from the can.
Cheaper systems have a detachable straw for which replacement ones are available very cheaply.
Works fine, once
Mark_S - 1 year ago
First time I used it, it worked fine - good flow, set fine, did the trick. Used about a 20th of it to seal around a pipe. Stored it exactly in accordance with the instructions on the tin, and came back two days later to use the rest. The foam in the tube was still fairly liquid, but it had evidently set in the can, because it came out in a drizzle, no matter how much I shook it. After about half an hour watching it drizzle out, I gave up and threw it away.
Juu - 2 years ago
Used this expanding foam although I was advised not too as it is supposed to be difficult to control and makes a lot of mess. I didnt find it was either of these things it was easy to use and just right for the job!
Great for 15 quid.
Rubber_Undies - 2 years ago
It's easy. Spray, set, and trim the excess off. Don't need a lot. Minimal squirts needed. Dont use a lot in one go. It's stuff really expands. I've used it to fill draughty gaps in the house. It works a treat. And it's waterproof.
More or less did what I needed it to do
Anonymous - 2 years ago
I needed to fill some gaps at the bottom of a wall - I did find it fairly difficult to control the amount and the speed at which the filler came out, but it did fill the gaps and will hopefully seal them. I was working in a very confined space, which made it more difficult to use - impossible to hold it upside down as required, but just about managed at an angle