That is what i was thinking about it being thick. Maybe just using it on the floors and fire wall area. What about sticking it inside the doors and on the roof. maybe using it to line the trunk area?This stuff is thick..be carefull using it on the door panels especially on top and around handle regulators or you wont be able to get the garnish moldings and handles on right..These are all tight fits to begin with...I would use them on floors,firewall etc.
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darrinI found this on ebay and wondered what you guys think about using it in place of dynamat.http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/e...00374143664&ssPageName=ADME:X:RTQ:MOTORS:1123
thanks in advance
Thanks RolandDarrin, Are you referring to the "Peal and Seal" ? If you are I have never ever smelt any offensive odor ( I pretty sure there is no such word as smelt, so please insert Smelled in its place if you are offended by bad grammer .
Now that Could be my smeller or it Could be the stuff just doesn't stink Hot or Cold. Besides at that price you can test your own smeller. :happy0030:
There is another product out there, and it is a fraction of the cost of most of these insulator, sound deading products. I am surprised it hasn't been mentioned here but I am sure there may be a reference on some thread. This product is carried at Lowes and is "Peel and Seal" comes in rolls of 25' and cost $16.42 a roll.
I have seen on other forums talk about this being a roofing product and thus asphalt based, and once heated up will have an ordor. I am here to tell you this just aint the case. I have been using this stuff for three years and have insulated 6 cars with it all with excellent results. No odors at all that I can tell, its as easy to use as all of the expensive products and works every bit as good, same foil backing and just real easy to work with. For $16.42 its cheap enough to try at least.