When choosing foam, there are plenty of options on the market for this versatile material. One of our more popular options is lux foam. What is Lux foam? As a durable foam, Lux HQ foam is a supportive and cushioning solution made with a higher density than other types. Toward the firmer end of the foam spectrum, Lux HQ foam is known for providing excellent quality with a high degree of support for applications with moderate, everyday use. Actively used seating cushions, benches, and high-grade bedding are produced with Lux HQ, as are recreational products like gardening, kneeling and camping pads for customers wanting superior quality and firmness. This type of foam is ideal for any application where a firm cushion is required. Offering the best in support without being too hard, Lux foam is a smart investment in the life of your home or business.
We offer several choices when choosing this foam type to meet your exact needs. Choose from several options in terms of thickness to ensure you get the one best suited to your application. Whether you need a regular thickness or a super thick option, we have you covered. The matter of size is also left open to your specific needs with options such as half or full sheet, finding the right option is easier than ever. We also offer custom cutting to ensure you get the right specifications for your project for even more peace of mind when choosing this foam type.
If you have any questions regarding this product, please contact us for further assistance. We are always happy to assist our valued customer in finding the right solution for their needs.
Custom Cutting is Available!
We can cut custom sizes of Lux-HQ foam for any project you may have! See Seats and Cushions for details.
Products may carry a size tolerance depending on the style and job. Please see our Tolerance Table.
Standard Sheet Sizes/Quality
Standard sheets of foam are cut slightly larger than the listed size to compensate for shrinkage during packaging, transit, and delivery. Sheets may contain rough edges. Any yellowing/discoloration present is a byproduct of exposure to light during production and manufacturing and does not represent a flaw, damage, or defect in the material.