How do you get spray foam insulation off of skin?
- Anonymous9 years agoFavorite Answer
1- Rub the dried foam with a pumice stone to wear as much of the foam away as possible. Wash hands with soap and warm water.
2- Apply lanolin or petroleum jelly generously to the affected area. Cover the area with a plastic glove or plastic cling film for an hour or two.
3- Remove the plastic covering and wash the area with soap and warm water. Repeat the lanolin or petroleum jelly application if needed.
Sprayfoam website suggest the same:
- Comp-ElectLv 79 years ago
When dry, it will not come off easily.
Soak your skin in as hot water as you can stand two or three times per day. eventually it will either rub off, or you will be able to peel it off. Do not force it off or you will tear off one or two layers of skin.
It is much easier and healthier to wear gloves when using foam than trying to remove it afterwards.Source(s): 40 plus years in construction
- 4 years ago
I used a ped egg! Worked great! Doesn't take off a layer of skin lik a pumice or sandpaper
- DrewfussLv 69 years ago
You don't! it will wear off in a few days, but once dry, nothing will take it off. Maybe sandpaper or pummice stone will wear it off along with a layer of skin, but that's the only way.
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- 9 years ago
In a dry state acetone. (nail polish remover)
- Anonymous9 years ago
ignite itSource(s): The Brett