[vcf-midatlantic] (Semi-off topic) Looking for a place in NJ that does in-place expandable foam packing.
applecorey at optonline.net
Sat May 7 09:06:17 EDT 2016
So what do I do, just bag the item, start spraying it in he bottom, put it in the box while it's still expanding and keep spraying till the box is full?
> On May 7, 2016, at 8:33 AM, gnievin at comcast.net wrote:
> You can get a can of that stuff at Home Depot. It is used as a space filling insulation. Good for sealing small spaces against mice and whatnot.
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> Subject: [vcf-midatlantic] (Semi-off topic) Looking for a place in NJ that does in-place expandable foam packing.
> I have to ship a vintage monitor, Keyboard and some other stuff overseas. What to make sure it not only gets there in one piece, but has reusable boxes that the items can be shipped back in the future.
> When I got my ADM-5, the shipper used an expanding foam that made a perfect shape around the terminal.
> Anyone have a place in NJ, preferably in Middlesex, Monmouth or ocean counties that does this for individual who are shipping stuff.
> corey cohen
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