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FAQ: Why Do Some Builders Avoid Foam Insulation? This feature has been temporarily disabled during the beta site preview. Anyone who does care to comment? I saw the quadmax demo'ed and they put on a bead (a perfect bead if you can manage perfection) and let it shrink back for 5 days and it appears tooled. GBA Editor Brian Pontolilo | Jun 06, 2019 08:11am | #2. Felt very solid, yet when you press a thumb nail to the bonding bead you can feel it isn't solid, it has some elasticity. Is it generally not a good idea to paint before install?