Polycell expanding foam suspected of causing cancer ?
Seriously. What are your thoughts on this ? and are there any other ingenious ways of filling deep holes in walls ?
check H351 - Suspected of causing cancer
Thanks for the answers so far, I would like to hear a little more including peoples experiance using this.
- Anonymous2 days ago
People in danger would be those using it frequently and inhaling volatile fumes. But if you are worried pack it with rockwool or something inert.
- elhighLv 72 days ago
If you're very concerned you could consider filling the void with perlite. It's very inert.
If you need the expanding foam, you could consider injecting a latex foam instead of the polyurethane. It's exactly as dangerous as the polyurethane foam during injection, but outgasses less over time.
Or you could open the wall and insulate them properly, with non-toxic, non-reactive materials and not worry about whether it will cause you to grow an extra liver.
- STEVEN FLv 73 days ago
Government sponsored 'scientists' suspect EVERYTHING of causing cancer.
The state of California 'knows' everything causes cancer.
- Anonymous3 days ago
Your car puts out carcinogens, so do cigarettes, hell, water causes cancer too. You will die from something, might as well be cancer.
. The expanding foam is urea formaldehyde If the holes are small then they can be coated over with a coat of paint. It is very good insulation. Your nostrils is not glued to the hole in the walls. They used to insulate all the walls in a house with it before they discovered the cancer link. Now the insulation is either polystyrene foam(styrofoam) or fiberglass. or rock wool. The expanding foam is good for those hard to reach small cracks. The roaches will die first.
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- Pearl LLv 73 days ago
maybe people shouldnt use it then