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01-26-2013 04:32 AM
xxMichaelAnthony WTF? I heard Quick Roof went to butyl adhesive. Friends still haven't had any problems with the stuff. They all layered it. 3 in the trunk. 2 for the rest.
01-25-2013 04:19 PM
02Zetechse
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Made from aluminum and rubberized asphalt
•Designed with 5 layers for puncture resistance
•Durable with UV stability
•Can be used on metal or flat roofs, mobile homes, trucks, trailers, gutters, flashings and skylights
•Self-adhesive design is easy to apply
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•Repair Metal and Flat Roofs, RV's, Mobile Homes, Trucks, Trailers, Gutters, Flashings and Skylights
•Note: Product may vary by store.
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still not designed for automotive uses , the adheasive density and everything plays a role,

AudioTechnix test their deadener in 400* FOR 4 HOURS WITHOUT FAILURE


a good friend has always told me ..."if it comes on a roll its peal and seal"
01-25-2013 02:35 PM
crice8
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Originally Posted by xxMichaelAnthony View Post
Good thing I linked to quick roof and not peel and seal. Not asphalt based. Plenty of friends have used it in their cars with no problems, no more rattles, and no asphalt smell.
Still its the same thing as peel and seal... while it is not asphalt based it has no sound deadening properties that the others are specifically designed for... also the actual car audio brands(even the thinnest) are 4 times the thickness of what you have suggested.
01-25-2013 02:33 PM
crice8
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Originally Posted by alaskanzx5 View Post
jut no.... try audiotechnix and secondskin. or even second skin b stock
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Originally Posted by 02Zetechse View Post
Agreed, no peel and seal!!!! do it right and do it once

Audio Technix

Q mat

Murder Mat

stay away from asphalt based deadeners found on ebay and the like , Edead is junk also
Exactly what these guys said... the peel and seel has zero deadening properties and is a waste of time and money. While the above brands are great I have found that dynamat extreme is actually the same price if not cheaper than second skin if you buy it on amazon. on amazon the bulk pack is $125 while at stores it is $300. I actually used a new brand NVX for my doors and it is simply great and a fraction of the cost of others!

This would be more than enough to do your doors and your entire hatch door and then some.
I did the entire trunk of my sedan with 36sqft and did double layers in several places.
http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_...ntire-Car.html
01-25-2013 02:32 PM
popwarhomie
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Originally Posted by xxMichaelAnthony View Post

Hell no! I did my whole truck in that BS... Your friends must have never used real deadening then.

My car is done in AlphaDamp. Good stuff. Plate is deadened and I have a piece of foam behind it. Only thing that rattles is my spoiler....
01-25-2013 02:28 PM
xxMichaelAnthony Good thing I linked to quick roof and not peel and seal. Not asphalt based. Plenty of friends have used it in their cars with no problems, no more rattles, and no asphalt smell.
01-25-2013 12:56 PM
02Zetechse Agreed, no peel and seal!!!! do it right and do it once

Audio Technix

Q mat

Murder Mat

stay away from asphalt based deadeners found on ebay and the like , Edead is junk also
01-25-2013 12:52 PM
alaskanzx5
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Originally Posted by xxMichaelAnthony View Post
jut no.... try audiotechnix and secondskin. or even second skin b stock
01-25-2013 02:30 AM
xxMichaelAnthony
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examples?
http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/wcs/...h#.UQI0-qXqqyI
01-25-2013 02:01 AM
ZeeXfive examples?
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