Full details of how foam skin sheets Australia get made
A foam skin is a by-product as a result of making a bun of foam. It is a normal foam sheet with a skin/film on one side. A foam skin is taken from the top and bottom layer of the bun of foam, similar to the crust from a loaf of bread. Generally the thickness of these skins are no more than 25 to 50mm thick. The skins are a much more economical alternative to a regular sheet of foam and are great for all upholstery projects especially anything going up against a platform or wood due to its firm backing.
Typical Uses: General seating on sofas, upholstered bedheads/headboards, ottomans, reinforce and raise existing sloppy bases etc.