Question by  sgt111 (34)

What can get Great Stuff spray foam off of your skin?


Answer by  Richard88 (391)

Uncured Great Stuff is soluble in acetone. If you can get to a bottle of nail polish remover before it hardens, that should get it off.


Answer by  lillybby (359)

Wd-40 works great. If you'd rather not put WD-40 on your skin baby oil works well too. I would recommend taking a hot shower or bath and then apply either and reshower to rinse off.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Well if you want it completely out use a foaming cleanser. If that doesn't work, exfoliate with sugar beads to get rid of it.


Answer by  Camelia (662)

You can clean that up with a little bit of alcohol or, if you do not have any at hand, you may use paint dilution.


Answer by  nefacess (115)

Great Stuff is alcohol soluble. The best thing the use is ispoproyl alcohol or nail polish remover. Drinking alcohol may work, but is a big waste of money. It may take a few rinses. Water and soap will just make the Great Stuff sticky and gooey and make your hands stick together, or worse.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

Nail polish remover if that doesn't work get your self some mineral spirits and use those they will always work when all else fails.


Answer by  CaptureLife (82)

I use engine degreaser to get the foam spray off my hands. It cuts through it in a timely manner and leaves my hands smelling citrus fresh. I follow up with a moisterizing lotion to keep my skin soft.


Answer by  LeheckaG (1826)

Use lots of pumice-soap, warm to hot water, and scrubbing (with a plastic-bristle-brush or a pumice-stone) to remove Great-Stuff-spray-foam (insulation) from your-skin. It can take a few-days. Petroleum-jelly or vegetable-oil can be used to soothe your-skin. Some organic-solvents (like acetone/nail-polish-remover) can dissolve uncured-foam, but unfortunately they are more-HARMFUL to your-skin.


Answer by  Anonymous

5 steps to get the spray foam off. step1-dip them in water for about 20mins. step2-take a shower then use baby-oil then that a shower. step3-use vinegar to get the oil to loosen the foams grip.step4-finish the rest with a stiff brush......... seylategaf uoy deloof-i it realy worked by blogers

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