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Alternative DIY Uses for Memory Foam Mattress Toppers

Like virtually all synthetic materials, memory foam mattress toppers will eventually wear out, lose their unique body molding and support capabilities, and have to be replaced. Since the lifespan of these products depends on a variety of factors, including the quality and density of the foam, general maintenance practices, and even the BMI of the … Continue reading

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DIY Boat Upholstery Tips

Do the seats on your boat have permanent indentations that precisely match the backsides of their most frequent passengers? Is any of the vinyl ripped or torn, revealing the underlying foam? Has the foam cushioning started degrading and breaking down due to wear and tear or exposure to the elements? If you can answer yes … Continue reading

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DIY Patio Chair Cushion

Comfortable patio furniture may sound like an oxymoron at times—especially when it comes to sets made from metal or wood. These materials are purchased more for the sake of their durability and aesthetic appeal than for comfort, which is why a good chair cushion can make all the difference. Fortunately, you don’t have to part … Continue reading

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DIY Gardener’s Kneeling Pad

Tending to a garden can place a great deal of strain on your knees. Whether you try to hold yourself in a squatting position for the entire time or put one or both knees on the ground for support, your joints must bear a heavy burden that will only get worse the longer you stay … Continue reading

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Tips for the Perfect Spring Patio or Deck

A comfortable and inviting patio, porch, or deck is the ideal spot for enjoying balmy spring temperatures with family and friends. If you’re setting up your outdoor space from scratch or are revamping an older area that has been neglected for a while, here are some tips that will help you make everything perfect. Furniture … Continue reading

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DIY Reupholster Motorcycle Seat

As a motorcycle owner, reupholstering the seat is something you may have to do at some point. For example, you might need a new seat if your old one begins to deteriorate after years of use, sustains damage in an accident, or is too low, too high, too angled, or too uncomfortable in some other … Continue reading

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DIY Casper Foam Mattress

Memory foam mattresses offer many benefits that ordinary spring mattresses do not offer. For example, memory foam has the ability to conform to the contours of your body, which helps provide support where it is needed most while simultaneously relieving pressure on the shoulders, hips, knees, and joints. In addition, memory foam inhibits motion transfer … Continue reading

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Get Comfy at the Big Game (DIY Stadium Cushion)

If you’re an avid sports fan, then you’ve gotta love the fall season. Whether you enjoy cheering on the big boys in pro and college football or prefer to scream yourself hoarse at your kids’ junior and senior high school games, you’ve got plenty of action-packed days and nights to look forward to in the … Continue reading

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Tips for Designing a Home Theater

For some people, creating a “home theater” involves nothing more than mounting a 65-inch flatscreen on the wall and calling it a day. Sure, they might get a bit ambitious later on and add an external speaker or two; but in the end, it’s still just a living room with a huge TV. If you … Continue reading

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Cut Foam at Home: DIY Tips For Cutting Open-Cell Foam

Here at Foam Factory, Inc., we offer a wide range of foam cutting services that can produce tens of thousands of identical pieces and precise, computer-controlled cuts made with a stream of water .005 inches in diameter. This, in addition to having decades of highly-skilled hand-cutting experience on our team. If you have a project … Continue reading

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