- Eastwood Thermo-Coustic Sound Deadning Material
Once installed, can it be removed easily? I accidentally put it on the inside roof area of a Fiberglas street rod and then read where you don't recommend that application for it. I am assuming because the heat will make it breakdown?
Several of the reviews mention that the product melted and either pooled or dripped out of the car. Has this product since then been improved to address this problem?
What should the room temp be when applying this product? I plan on pulling the interior out of my car this winter in an unheated garage.
Hi I stripped the carpet and carpet padding out of the back of my 1998 Suburban(water leak barn doors). Can I put this onto the bare painted metal(surprisingly not rusted)-then put the carpet and padding on top of it?
Before I replace my headliner, could I install Eastwood's Thermo-Coustic Sound Deadener Material on the inside of the roof? If not, is there another Eastwood product that you would recommend to install on the inside of the roof?
I would like to put this product behind the vertical portion of my rear seat. Can I paint over the sticky side with Eastwood's trunk paint? I can put it on after I paint my trunk, but painting it with trunk paint would look better I think.
How does this product compare to dynamat extreme as far as sound deadening?
Eastwood Thermo-Coustic Sound Deadning Material
Item #12117 Brand: Eastwood
- Butyl rubber membrane is ideal for sound deadening road and driveline noise
- High-performance aluminum facing reduces engine and exhaust heat
- Conforms easily to interior and door panels
- Maximum service temp, 140F. Not to be applied to overhead areas such as roof, hood or trunk lid
- Kit covers approximately 33.75 sq. ft.
About Eastwood Thermo-Coustic Sound Deadning Material
Eastwood’s Thermo-Coustic Insulation is perfect to highly reduce road noise and engine heat to make your ride more comfortable! The Thermo-Coustic Barrier conforms easily to interior and door panels, with a hi-tack adhesive that lets you install them securely. Each of the 9 sheets are crafted with a .060"-thick layer of sound-deadening butyl rubber material, bonded to a high-performance, heat-reducing aluminum facing, for an overall thickness of 0.063".
Along with a significant reduction in road noise and driveline vibration, these Thermo-Coustic Barrier sheets help keep heat from penetrating your vehicle’s interior. Tests showed performance equivalent to that of the more-expensive major brand, so why pay more? Compare the performance and price to Dynamat liners and see for yourself.
Kit includes 33.75 sq. ft. of material, enough to insulate the most critical portions of your car’s interior and door panels. For more complete coverage, order two kits (particularly if you've removed the factory sound-deadening material during restoration). Imported.
9 sheets per kit. Each sheet is 30" long, 18" wide, 0.063" thick.
(Q) How much area does a complete kit cover?
(A) One complete kit (9 sheets) covers approximately 33.75 sq. ft.Thermocoustic weighs 0.75 lbs/sq ft.
Always wear gloves when you're cutting this material.
1-year mfr's. warranty against defects.
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