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Foam Facts

Learn more about the foam you’ll choose!

If you intend to use ZIPCushions for indoor or outdoor purposes, investing in the right foam will see your setting last looking great for longer


Cushions filled solely with fiber offer one of the most comfortable customized cushions you can get, it gives a feeling of ease, which can feel amazing after a busy day of work, school, or running errands. Fiber filled backs and scatter cushions work in a different way to foam and fiber combinations, they hug your figure for a cozy sit you won’t want to leave. 

What makes fiber fillings so cozy?

ZIPCushions fiber-filled cushions, take hollow-fill polyester fibers and blow them into the customized cushions or customized pillows. Using the blown technique allows air pockets to form between the fibers, giving the back cushion a plump and inviting appearance. As you lean back on your ZIPCushions, the fibers are compacted together and the air in between the fibers is pushed out of the back cushion, making it mould to your shape as you sit back and relax.

What will be the suitable foam for Outdoor chairs?

For outdoor chairs, both Dry Fast Foam and High-Density Foam have their merits. Dry Fast Foam is ideal for damp environments, boats, and pool sides due to its quick-drying and antimicrobial properties. On the other hand, High-Density Foam offers exceptional shape retention and durability, making it a long-lasting choice if you're seeking a solution for high-frequency usage and extended periods of outdoor sitting. Depending on the specific outdoor conditions and your preference for comfort versus durability, you can opt for either.

How is high-density foam different from regular foam?

High-density foam stands apart from regular foam in several key aspects. Firstly, its composition is denser, which translates to greater resilience and longevity. Unlike regular foam, which offers a softer cushioning, high-density foam provides robust support, ensuring that mattresses or furniture retain their shape over time. In practical applications, while regular foam is versatile and used in a variety of cushioning contexts, high-density foam is the go-to for situations demanding enhanced support and durability, such as in high-traffic seating areas or premium bedding solutions.

Where is high-density foam commonly used?

High-density foam is a staple in the hospitality and outdoor furniture industry. Usually It's favored for patio furniture because of its durability against harsh outdoor elements and disfiguration. Commercial settings like cafes utilize it in lounges for its ability to withstand frequent use, and it's a popular choice for plush couches in homes due to its firmness and shape retention. Its hgh-resilience makes it an ideal choice for mattresses as well. In short, high-density foam is a top pick wherever long-lasting, firm cushioning is required.





High-density foam is a very firm foam that generally makes up the bottom layer of popular memory foam mattresses. Other types of mattresses such as innerspring or hybrid may also use high-density foam to support the spring systems.

High-density foams generally are not used to create the entire mattress because they are just too firm. So, generally, they are used as a foundation for the bed or to provide edge support.

High-density foam is made of a blend of polyurethane and tends to off-gas. If you are susceptible to lung issues, please do additional research on the quality of foams before purchasing.

Pros: high-density foam is used in many mattresses to provide foundation and shape.




Dry Fast Foam is there for specific needs. An open-cell foam proven to dry faster than any other variants and is suitable for outdoor uses, especially for damp environments. In addition, Dry Fast Foam has antimicrobial qualities that help it withstand trapped moisture's effects and won't mold, rot or mildew. Thanks to its open-cell structure, it has superb airflow that allows the cushions to dry faster. The cushions made from Dry Fast Foam are buoyant and more resilient. We recommend Dry Fast Foam for a selection of settings, and it can be used on patios, boats, pool sides, and anywhere prone to moisture.

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