A new carpet cleaner asks a simple question:
OK everyone, I am still a rookie and was talking to a friend of mine today about my services. He asked me if there is any way to remove Great Stuff (expanding spray foam insulation) out of carpet. I know this stuff is a pain just to get off of my hands, so I would imagine it is nearly impossible to remove from carpet, but I figured I would ask the experts on here to get your feed back. Thanks in advance!
Some of the response talked about treating it like Styrofoam. Thinking if something will dissolve Styrofoam, it will dissolve Great Stuff. It's a reasonable guess, but the problem is Great Stuff isn't Styrofoam. It a polyurethane foam. It resists solvents that would break down Styrofoam.