Eastwood Thermo-Coustic Sound Deadener Material
Product Review (submitted on March 28, 2013):
I was nervous when I saw some horror stories about this product melting/dripping. So I bought some for a project car and did some testing before installation. I rolled the dice knowing Eastwood would take it back if I was unhappy. I put a few pieces on several pieces of sheetmetal. I then exposed the pieces to 120 degrees of heat for an extended period of time (12 hours). The product didn't move, drip, detach,...... nothing. I then took a torch to it and it stood fast at 180 degrees. I never saw it drip, it eventually caught fire when I burned it with the torch for quite a while. So as long as you don't try to put it directly onto your exhaust system (why would anyone even think of this?), it performs great. This open forum of review can be abused. Has the formulation been changed or are there reviews in here from some guys that sell the same product at twice the price with a vested interest in "bashing" this product? Here's a great approach: don't take my word for it either. Try some yourself and give it a test. Great product.