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DAP Touch 'n Foam Professional Polyurethane All Purpose Foam Sealant

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Product Description

DAP Touch 'n Foam Pro All-Purpose Foam Sealant is a 1-component approved fire block penetration sealant used to provide an air and water tight seal in gaps, cracks, holes and joints in and around homes and buildings. For use with gun foam applicators for greater control and adjustable output.

Features & Benefits

  • Air and water tight seal for gaps, cracks, holes and joints
  • Approved fire block penetration sealant
  • Meets ASTM E814-Modified, E84 & UL 1716
  • Bright orange foam simplifies inspections
  • Class 1 fire rated
  • Use with gun applicator

Uses & Applications

Use to Fill and Seal:

  • Through-penetrations for plumbing, electrical and HVAC services
  • Gaps and cracks in foundations, crawlspaces, attics, and basements
  • Partitions and stud walls
  • Top and bottom of stair stringer
  • Space connections in soffits and drop ceilings
  • Any penetrations that requires an approved fire blocking sealant
Country of Origin: United States.

Application Instructions

Preparation: To promote adhesion, surface must be clean, dry, and free of all foreign material. For easy attachment to foam applicator gun, apply petroleum jelly to the gun basket before screwing on can. While pointing in a safe direction, depress trigger and attach gun to can (see instructions inside gun box).

Application: For best results this product should only be dispensed in the UPSIDE-DOWN position and apply in spaces with 40% greater relative humidity. Fill gap no more than 1/4 full, allowing room for expansion. Foam will be tack-free in about 10 minutes (50% RH).

Can Replacement: While pointing the gun in a safe direction, depress trigger and quickly remove empty can. Spray basket with polyurethane foam cleaner and immediately replace with a new can of foam to prevent foam from hardening in the gun.

Clean-up: If wet foam contacts skin, clean immediately with a dry rag – do not use water – water accelerates curing. Cured foam must be removed mechanically from surfaces. Uncured foam can be cleaned from most surfaces with Foam Cleaner or acetone.

Storage/Re-Use: Turn gun’s flow control knob to closed position and store can in upright position (with gun still attached). To restart, shake well for 30 seconds, turn flow control knob to open position and dispense foam.


Technical Information

DAP Touch 'n Foam Professional Polyurethane All Purpose Foam Sealant
  • Standards Met: Class 1 fire rated
  • Usage: Floor Protection
  • Color: Gray and brown
  • Package contents: 4-pack
  • Size: 2 1/2 and 3 inches
  • Country of Origin: United States
Note: Specifications are those given by manufacturers and are not tested for accuracy.

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Touch 'n Foam All Purpose Standard sizes


24.0 oz.


UPC = 075650024201

Single Item (1-11 Items)

1 - 4 Cases (12-59 Items)

5 - 9 Cases (60-119 Items)

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