Upholstery foam and supplies for your next project.
Looking to enhance your indoor or outdoor seating with top-quality foam? Look no further than CushionCraft! The CushionCraft collection features a wide range of premium foam options, including indoor upholstery foam, cushion foam, multi-purpose foam, and outdoor foam. Whether you're seeking foam for furniture, cushions, or outdoor seating, they have the perfect solution for you.
CushionCraft designs their polyurethane foams to provide exceptional comfort and resilience. With their high-density foam, you can expect long-lasting support and a luxurious feel even in high traffic areas. Say goodbye to sagging seat cushions and hello to a comfortable seating experience that will stand the test of time.
To ensure maximum comfort, CushionCraft offers a selection of foam and fiber combinations. By combining foam with batting, polyester fill, or down fiberfill, you can create a plush and inviting seating surface that is both supporting and comfortable. Whether you prefer a firmer or softer feel, the foam and fiber options can be customized to meet your specific needs.
For the most comfortable and long-lasting furniture foam, consider using a high density upholstery foam. CushionCraft offers several options including a multi-layered with memory foam perfect for sofa cushions or couch cushions. A popular medium firm sofa foam or couch foam option is CushionCraft Comfort Foam.
Shop CushionCraft's upholstery batting supplies when you want to customize the feel of your next project. Offered in polyester batting or cotton batting. If you're looking for a fabric-backed sew-in foam for your cushions or vinyl, consider sew foam or pleating foam.
When it comes to outdoor seating, we understand the importance of durability. Our outdoor foam withstands the elements while maintaining its shape and performance, thanks to its special formulation. Whether it's for patio furniture or poolside loungers, our outdoor foam ensures that you can relax in style and comfort, rain or shine.
Looking for the perfect foam that will provide comfort and protection for your marine seating and boat upholstery projects? CushionCraft's Antimicrobial Foam is a great option for mold and mildew resistance.
So, if you're in search of high-quality foam for your indoor or outdoor seating needs, look no further than our extensive range of foam for upholstery. Experience the difference of resilient, comfortable foam that is designed to elevate your seating experience to new heights.
Foam ILD & density, and why they matter:
ILD (Indentation Load Deflection) and density are important factors to consider when choosing foam, especially for applications like mattresses, furniture cushions, and padding. They both play a significant role in determining the comfort, support, and durability of foam products.
1. ILD (Indentation Load Deflection):
ILD, also known as IFD (Indentation Force Deflection), is a measurement of the firmness or softness of foam. It quantifies how much force is required to compress a specific foam sample by a certain percentage of its original thickness. The higher the ILD value, the firmer the foam, and the more force it takes to compress it.
ILD values indicate how the foam will feel when you apply weight or pressure to it. Here's a general breakdown:
- Low ILD (e.g., 10-25): Soft and plush feel. Suitable for comfort layers in mattresses and cushions where a sinking feeling is desired.
- Medium ILD (e.g., 25-40): Balanced feel between softness and support. Commonly used in comfort and support layers of mattresses.
- High ILD (e.g., 40+): Firm and supportive feel. Ideal for base layers in mattresses and for applications where support is crucial.
Density refers to how much mass is present in a given volume of foam. It is often expressed in pounds per cubic foot (lbs/ft³) or kilograms per cubic meter (kg/m³). Density is a key indicator of foam's durability, longevity, and support. Generally, higher density foams tend to be more durable and provide better support over time.
Higher density foams have smaller open cells that are packed more tightly, which helps them retain their shape and resilience for a longer period. Lower density foams, on the other hand, tend to break down more quickly and might not offer the same level of support over time.
When choosing foam, consider the application and the balance between comfort and support you need. For example, mattresses often have different layers of foam with varying densities and ILD values to achieve the desired feel and support. Furniture cushions might use a combination of densities to ensure comfort and longevity.
In summary, ILD and density are both crucial factors to consider when choosing foam products. ILD determines the firmness or softness of the foam, while density indicates its durability and support. Finding the right combination of ILD and density can help you select foam that meets your comfort, support, and longevity requirements.
Whether upholstery is your career, or you're working on a one-off DIY project, CushionCraft is the solution for you.