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Boot jump foam
#1
In the process of making boot jump alternative.
What is the best/cheapest foam to buy for the cushions. 

Also what is the best way to cut the foam ?

Any help appreciated.

Thanks 
Scott
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#2
I'd also be interested to know where to get some foam. I'm using an airbed for now which does the job but some folding foam sections would be preferable.
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(06-08-2017, 09:10 PM)scootavon1 Wrote:  Also what is the best way to cut the foam ?

No idea on source but suspect your local independent fabric place would be best.

My mum was an upholsterer and used a cheap electric bread knife to cut foam. I reckon a good sharp knife would probably do as well for a one of job though.
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(07-08-2017, 07:50 AM)cancunia Wrote:  I'd also be interested to know where to get some foam. I'm using an airbed for now which does the job but some folding foam sections would be preferable.

Hi, 
I live near Grimsby, and bought some foam from B D Harris in Grimsby 01472. 357792
I bought some dence  foam and memory foam which is glued together, which I use as as a mattress for  a bed I made for the back of my multispace, very comfortable.
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(07-08-2017, 01:36 PM)squiddley Wrote:  Hi, 
I live near Grimsby, and bought some foam from B D Harris in Grimsby 01472. 357792
I bought some dence  foam and memory foam which is glued together, which I use as as a mattress for  a bed I made for the back of my multispace, very comfortable.

Thanks very much for the info, I'm not far from there (Louth) and will give them a call.
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Thanks guys
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#7
Have a search on ebay for memory foam you can get it in all sizes and thicknesses and as others have said use an electric carving knife they work a treat.
Are we there yet????? Huh
Ex 1.6hdi van now 3 seater 1.4 multispace
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#8
I bought my foam from https://www.efoam.co.uk/   they offer a wide range of foam cut the your size and or shape and delivered they also deliver to Ireland via http://www.efoam.ie  they also offer a range of covering  to protect the foam  I am sure when you see the website you will agree this company offer the best foam products plus the website is very easy to use.
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Thanks again
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#10
Just spoke with a very helpful man at BD Harris in Grimsby. He quoted me £50 for a piece of foam 72x30x3 (inches). Not sure if that's the best price but from looking on eBay it's not too bad.
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