Fitting Options

There are three standard methods for attaching project foam treatments to your walls and ceiling. The best fitting method depends on your wall type and whether you require temporary or permanent installation


Option One: Flexi-Fit 32

Flexi-Fit tabs provide a simple and removable way of fitting acoustic treatment to walls in recording rooms and studios. Ensure your walls are clean and free from dust before starting. Please note that adhesion with all surfaces cannot be guaranteed.

Step 1:

Separate each of the 32 pairs of hook and loop strips

Step 2:

Snip each of the 12cm lengths into 4 × 3cm pieces

Step 3:

Fit one set of tabs to your acoustic foam and the other to your wall surface. You must activate the adhesive by compressing the tab hard into the foam. Then do the same to the tabs on the wall. Recommended quantities below. Use more tabs in areas where the product may be disturbed.

Small Tiles:

  • Classic Wedge 30
  • 4 tabs

Large Tiles:

  • Classic Wedge 60
  • Colour Panel 60
  • 4 to 8 tabs

Corner Traps:

  • 8 to 12 tabs

Corner Cubes:

  • 6 to 12 tabs

Step 4:

Wait 48 hours for the adhesive to cure before fitting your treatment to the walls. Failure to allow this step will not allow the adhesive to bond effectively. Note that Flexi-Fit is not recommended for use on ceilings.

48 hours

RRP £18.99

Product Reviews

Really good solution for applying acoustic tiles to walls. The best part of this product is it doesn't damage the investment or the walls. The installation of the Velcro was relatively easy with the instructions provided. Another bonus is that you can remove the acoustic panels from your wall at anytime so you have the flexibility of using your rooms acoustics. Another plus of this product is that you can cut the Velcro strips to suit any applications to the wall. I tend to use this product with more acoustic panels and bass traps in the near future. Would recommend to any people who want an easy no mess solution to acoustic treatment fixings.

Purchased from: Thomann

This is a god send. No need to mess up the walls with glue. Simple and strong. When sticking acoustic foam to walls you have to use extra pieces but other than that, totally cool.

Purchased from: Thomann


Option Two: Flexible Adhesive

Flexible Adhesive is a popular choice of mounting method for acoustic foam, providing a strong bond with minimum hassle and mess.

  • Requires standard 300ml caulking gun
  • 10 linear metres per 300ml tube
  1. Ensure walls are clean and free from dust
  2. Cut tip off tube. Cut tip off nozzle at 45 degrees with approx 6mm opening
  3. apply adhesive to back of foam tile or trap 4cm from edges plus an × in the centre
    For traps and cubes: repeat this step for all mounting surfaces
  4. Position foam on wall, apply pressure with a slight twisting motion for effective bond

RRP £9.99

Option Three: Spray Adhesive

Spray Adhesive is a low cost solution for fitting acoustic foam to large wall areas

  • Use only in well ventilated areas
  • Shake well before applying
  • Read label on can before use
  • 3-5 sqm of coverage per 500ml can
  1. Ensure walls are clean and free from dust
  2. Apply spay adhesive to back of foam tile from 25cm away
  3. Apply spray adhesive to wall from 25 cm away
  4. Wait 3-5 minutes
  5. Carefully position foam on wall and apply pressure working outwards from the centre for effective bond

RRP £7.99