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Styrofoam sheets, or extruded polystyrene foam, can be used for home insulation and as packing material for shipping and crafting, among its numerous uses. The Dow Chemical Company invented it in 1941 and owns the brand ... More »

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Crafters can use Styrofoam sheets to make cupcake towers, Styrofoam mosaic art and decorative holiday decorations. Styrofoam sheets also make a solid base for building structures such as blocks and boxes. More »

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Halloween tombstones and homemade crunch art are two creative uses for Styrofoam sheets. The tombstones are an easy, affordable way to add a creative Halloween display to your yard, while the crunch art is a year-round i... More »

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Applications for thick insulation foam sheets include use as exterior insulation, either installed before backfilling a structure's foundation or over a structure's exterior sheathing, as well as an interior installation... More »

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Styrofoam is a word used in North America to describe expanded polystyrene foam that manufacturers use to make disposable cups, packaging material and insulating containers. It is also a brand name of an extruded materia... More »

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Halloween tombstones and homemade crunch art are two creative uses for Styrofoam sheets. The tombstones are an easy, affordable way to add a creative Halloween display to your yard, while the crunch art is a year-round i... More »

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One method of cutting thin sheets of Styrofoam is to use a utility or razor knife. Users have a variety of other tools from which to choose, including a serrated knife, an electric knife, dental floss or an electric hot ... More »

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