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Extruded Vs. Cross-linked PE Foam
Also called PE foam, polyethylene foam is the most commonly used type of plastic. They are made using polymerized monomers, which produce the same stable thermoplastic, but there are various polymerization methods that can produce different kinds...
How Sustainable is Polyethylene Foam Packaging?
Polyethylene foam (PE foam) has some of the most desirable packaging properties. It is durable, versatile, and has excellent shock absorbing qualities. However, single-use plastic packaging material has become a worldwide concern. Thankfully, polyethylene...
5 Uses of Polyethylene Foam At Home
Polyethylene foam is greatly affordable and widely accessible for everyone. It's a sturdy and dependable product that can create airtight seals, absorb shock, and more.   Here are five innovative uses of polyethylene foam in your home:   Home...
How to Dispose of Pool Noodles
From floatation devices to exercise aids, pool noodles provide the needed buoyancy and support for both children and adults. For facilities that stock pool noodles in bulk, such as gyms or public pools, there are certain tried and true practices for disposing...
4 Signs It's Time to Replace Your Window Screening Splines
A screening spline is a special vinyl thread capable of fixing your screening material, such as chicken wires, into the window frame. These plastic threads can last for more than a decade and often outlast the metal screen wires they hold. Unfortunately...