Rated 5 out of
"Worked Perfectly as an Adhesive to Glue Rocks...
"Worked Perfectly as an Adhesive to Glue Rocks Around Top Edge of Pond Liner While Hiding it...
Here's how I used it: Followed the directions on can by shaking it thoroughly, however I sprayed a little dab into my dollar store latex gloves, then I applied to rock by smearing an even coat of foam & then repeated the same process around top edge of pond liner. Then I applied the rocks treated with the black Touch 'n Foam to the treated top edge of pond liner while wearing the latex gloves.
Next I applied "play sand" (available at the big box hardware stores) by sprinkling or tossing the play sand onto the exposed black foam to hide the foam thus creating a natural look.
After your done, get a piece of tie wire long enough to enter & exit the detachable spray nozzle tube attachment. I clean it after it dried as it was easier for me to clean w/o getting on anything else. I also used on spray nozzle tip.
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Date published: 2017-07-24
Rated 4 out of
Used it to fill a tree cavity
Bought this to fill a tree cavity. Because it was black I figured it would blend in with the tree better. In the end it didn't matter because I ended up plastering over the foam and painting it to match the tree(actually turned out very decent).
It took 3 cans to fill the cavity and the product worked well. The only thing I suggest is that the stuff is very sticky when it comes out of the can so be very careful about where you spray it. It does NOT clean up well. I suggest you let any blobs that land on anything cure for a while before removing because as soon as you touch it, it spreads and sticks making the mistake worse. Left as a blob, very little will adhere and make the clean up less painful.
Essentially, it is the same as all spray foam insulations but is black vs. white or yellow. Use this where you want/need the black colour.
As far as the tree is concerned, hopefully this will slow down the bugs and decay that was happening to the inside of the tree. It appears I had a combination of rot and carpenter ants.
Date published: 2017-07-26
Rated 5 out of
Great product at an awesome price
I purchased 4 cans of this product to set rocks for a new pool addition to my 2500 gallon backyard fish pond. It required 2 new waterfall rebuilds and this product on dry rock really bonds well and seals water. The price is half what similar products are sold for from pond stores.
Date published: 2019-06-18