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Old 08-12-2004, 04:57 PM
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Peel & Seal is a product of MFM Corporation.

http://www.mfmbp.com/peelseal/

http://www.ashvillemobilehomes.com/a...lsealalro.html

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Old 08-14-2004, 12:01 PM
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I used Peel & Seal in my s10. Make sure you put it on with no bubbles because they are hard to get out later. The hotter it is the better it sticks. I did mine on some 90+deg days last summer. It has peeled up in a few places that I didn't prep well and were put on in colder weather...nothing is fool proof...but in all the other areas it sticks so hard it would be impossible to remove!!! I wasn't worried about heat insulation...but it is about 1/2 as loud in my truck now and I didn't do the doors or firewall yet!
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I'm thinking that I should use a heat gun to finalize the process. A week after I applied the Peel and Seal I noticed in a few spots that it was coming up...but this was more that likely my fault as I didn't prep well in those spots as well. I figured a hard rubber roller and a heat gun will do the trick. Then it's on to wiring this beast, jute padding, then carpet. I'll post some before and afters when I'm finished.
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I didn't use a heat gun...I just layed it out in the sun. It was hot to the touch when I applied it. I used a small roller I got from Home Depot, a screwdriver handle, and the end of a Sharpie marker to put it down.

One other thing that helped it stick was that on the floor, roof, and back wall I used some stuff called "Noise Killer" paint. It is a latex based paint that is very easy to apply and cleen up...and did a good job of deadning the sound. I just wanted to try everything to see how it worked I have some Dynamat on my truck as well (only because I got it for free).

Next I am going to try some PolyMeric Mastic from www.mcmaster.com (I already have 3 sheets of it in my garage). It is ALMOST IDENTICAL to dynamat!...and costs about 1/6 as much! They also have some latex paint on stuff that most likely is similar to what I used...but for a bunch cheeper...on the same page...as long as you don't mind buying 5gal of the stuff. It took me 1gal of the "Noise Killer" to do 4-6 coats on the floor, back wall, and roof of my s10. I'm sure 2gal would more then cover most cars so maybe you could go in with a friend.
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Next I am going to try some PolyMeric Mastic from www.mcmaster.com (I already have 3 sheets of it in my garage).
What page is that on, I am not sure I am looking at the same stuff.

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It is on page 3270 part # 9709T19 You get 12sq.ft. of it for about $15

The paint on stuff (that I have not used...but I suspect it is similar to the other stuff I used) is part # 9545T1 and is under $70.

I wish I could give you a link...but I can't figure out how to do it
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That is the stuff I was looking at, thanks a lot. I am absolutely amayzed at the stuff McMaster Carr has, I have ordered all kinds of material for building street rods from them. Ther are cheaper than anyone on stainless fasteners.

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Old 08-20-2004, 06:07 PM
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The best thing i have found about using the peel and seal (or anything self adhesive for that matter), is to spray a quick coat of adhesive on the floor/roof/sidewalls/innerdoors (wherever you are putting the peel and seal). Let it tack up a bit, then apply the peel and seal, i guarantee it will not come up without a huge fight.
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