Eastwood Thermo-Coustic Sound Deadener Material

    Eastwood Thermo-Coustic Sound Deadener Material

    Product Review (submitted on August 4, 2010):

    I'm about to begin wiring my 1939 Dodge 4dr sedan, and before I started that I wanted to get the inside of the cowl area sound/heat insulated. I had shopped the various products and was appalled at the price of the “good stuff” (Dynamat) - $200/box locally. I had used that product on a Jeep build I helped one of my sons with, and I liked the way it installed and what it accomplished, but I didn’t like the price.

    I saw an ad for the new Eastwood Thermocoustic product so thought I’d give it a try. Boy am I glad I did! It cuts easily, follows compound curves and is a snap to install. It’s REALLY hard to tell any difference between Thermocoustic and Dynamat at this stage, and you get more Thermocoustic in every box!

    I haven’t driven the car yet, but I’m ordering three more boxes of Thermocoustic to finish the car off. I’m confident the sound and heat control will be the same as Dynamat. I’m helping a friend build a 1970 Satellite, and we’ll be using Thermocoustic on that car too – it’s a great product.