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post #16 of 17 (permalink) Old Sep 10th, 19, 1:56 PM
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Re: Sound Deadening

I coated the trunk and floor pan with bedliner paint first, then used the Fatmat from ebay over it. Any moisture that gets under the carpet now shouldn't rot the floor from the inside in my lifetime.
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post #17 of 17 (permalink) Old Oct 2nd, 19, 5:42 PM
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Re: Sound Deadening

Originally Posted by B52bombardier1 View Post
Hello Casey,

You might need to be a little more specific on your product name because that describes several different peel-able sound deadening products.

For me, I went with a product called "Peel & Seal" from the roofing section at Lowes. Yes, the roofing section. It absolutely sticks like glue on a clean sheet metal floor and I'm also using it upside down stuck to the underside of the ceiling. It is also useful on doors between the sheet metal and the door panel.

Others have said they feared using this product because of the smell but it has no smell for me or any passenger. No smell at all. I hit it with a 1000 watt heat gun to see if I could make it smell and it emitted no smell.

And the cost is quite reasonable compared to the other materials. Since yours is free to you, this might not matter.

I used this as well and when put on a clean surface and pressed down correctly it sticks like mad. No smell or issues with it coming loose in the summer heat. I stuck a piece on the side of my work bench and hit it with my heat gun and it isn't coming off.. Been stuck there about 4 years now.
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