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DAP Touch 'N Foam Professional Wall & Cavity Spray Foam Sealant

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Product Description

DAP Touch ‘N Foam Professional Wall & Cavity Foam is a first-of-its kind, patent pending, wide spray applicator and pre-mixed formula that, like a 2-component spray foam, air seals and insulates with ultimate spray control. The widespray applicator kits are portable, self-contained one-component polyurethane foam dispensing kits. When used according to manufacturer’s directions, they effectively air seal and insulate homes and buildings while enhancing R-Value and providing Class A fire resistance. The patent-pending technology offers a broadcast spray solution similar to two-component systems, but in a less complicated, easier to use one-component solution. This one-component system can be applied in a wide temperature range of 40°F - 120°F. Great for repairs, renovations and new installations. Not to be used for direct overhead spraying applications.

Features & Benefits

  • Seals out air and provides thermal insulation saving on energy costs all year round.
  • Class A fire rated.
  • Fully portable.
  • High closed cell content.
  • Foam dries to the touch in 10-12 minutes.
  • Bonds to a variety of materials including wood, masonry, metals & drywall.
  • Interior use only.

Use to Fill & Seal:

  • Stud wall cavities.
  • Rim joists.
  • Basements.
  • Attics.
  • Crawlspaces.
Country of Origin: United States.

Application Instructions

  1. * for filling wall cavities, rim joists, attic and crawl spaces - do NOT use for ceiling/overhead spraying
  2. Shake can vigorously for 30 seconds
  3. Hold nozzle 10 to 15 inches from material spraying
  4. Spray comes out fast - spray no more than 1/2 inch later at a time - do NOT overfill
  5. Wait 15+ minutes after each layer to allow for curing


Technical Information

DAP Touch 'N Foam Professional Wall & Cavity Spray Foam Sealant
  • Standards Met: Class-A Fire Rated
  • Application Temperature: 40°F to 120°F
  • Tack Free: 10-12 Minutes
  • Trimmable: 45 Minutes
  • Fully Cured: 24 Hours
  • Shelf Life: 15 Months
  • Country of Origin: United States
Note: Specifications are those given by manufacturers and are not tested for accuracy.

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Wall & Cavity Standard sizes


97 sq. ft. yield / 10.5 lb.

75650 00351

UPC = 075650003510

Single Item (1 Item)

1 - 4 Cases (1-4 Items)

5 - 9 Cases (5-9 Items)

10+ Cases (>= 10 Items)


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185 sq. ft. yield / 20 lb.

75650 00352

UPC = 075650003527

Single Item (1 Item)

1 - 4 Cases (1-4 Items)

5 - 9 Cases (5-9 Items)

10+ Cases (>= 10 Items)


a 0% discount

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Question & Answers

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Gary Jan 22, 2024
QUESTION: Instructions indicate spray at 1/2 inch thick in stud cavities. After expansion, apply second 1/2 inch coat to fill cavities. Guessing std 2x4 framing. Then does one 1/2" coat expand to approximately 2 inches for trimming?
ANSWER: We asked our DAP rep and they confirmed you are correct - a 1/2 inch coating should expand to roughly 2 inches.

User Reviews

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