Originally Posted by vinmaker
But I imagine one must have all the dimensions right. You mentioned a few seams that are stressed. That could be because the new foam is slightly larger than the old foam. I think the hard part is getting the foam thickness down to the thickness you need. How does one rip a sheet of foam?
The Foam Factory's instructions have you take the old foam out and measure the fabric. Not me - I'm smarter than they is. I grabbed a tape measure and just measured from the outside. The new foam is too thick.
The company sells different thicknesses, so you don't have to cut a sheet down to size. You just tell them their dimensions.