I am updating my home studio and needed a few more sound proof foam squares and you will be surprised what I found in the box with the squares.

I know I have ordered many things from Amazon, and most of them are breakable or need some type of insulation so it doesn't break something else. I am used to seeing it in my box. Unless I order clothes.

So I was shocked to open my box of foam studio insulation and in the top and the bottom of the box was bubble insulation. What? Why do I need that? You know, I wouldn't want one of the nice delivery men to drop my foam and break it.

Or what about things getting stacked on top. What if they stack, a bowling ball on top of it. I wouldn't want my foam to get crushed, or flattened, or again broken.

Has this ever happened to you?

chris allen