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Old 07-27-2004, 08:44 AM
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Hi guys...just Peel and Sealed my 1952 Hudson Wasp, 2 door Brougham last weekend....I have a question for folks who have done this before with Peel and Seal, how many layers did you put down? I put down two on the firewall, tranny channel, and front floor pans due to heat. This stuff REALLY sticks! If anyone is interested I'll post some pictures.

Also...does this really make a big difference? It took me quite a while and man, are my hands sore from cutting this stuff!

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Never used the stuff................wonder how well it insulates and deadens sound?

I would worry about it sticking too well. What if you want to get under there for some reason down the road?
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Old 07-27-2004, 09:47 AM
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Two layers will make a difference, especially with the sound.
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how comparable is peel and seal to a traditional sound deadener such as dynamat or brown bread? any opinions on which is better and where would it rank in cost?
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Lets see the pictures. I'm thinking about going this route.
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Old 08-09-2004, 12:52 PM
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PEEL AND SEAL PICS

Here's a couple of pictures
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Foresaken- Where did u get your peel and seal?
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Old 08-10-2004, 02:02 PM
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I had to track it down to a specialty shop here in Denver...couldn't find it at any of the home stores. I must admit I didn't try any roofing shops either...but this specialty shop had pallets of this stuff at great prices, I believe I paid $150 for 2 boxes which amounted to 12, 6" X 33.5', rolls.
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Went to buy some today from menards, but they discountinued it.
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Re: PEEL AND SEAL PICS

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Wow!! looks like your car will now survive re-entry from a space mission

I used this stuff on the floor of my pickup, it works great for heat, but let me tell you, I will not be lifting this stuff for any reason. I used one of those hooked shaped knives that carpet layers use to trim the peel & seal, and I had ok to good results. Was a real pain in the arse trimming around the dimmer switch.
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Tell me about it! I painstakingly measured and trimmed each piece before applying it. Did you use a heat gun or hair dryer with a roller or did you just peel and seal it on? Iím thinking that I should go back into the horizontal surfaces where I have applied peel and seal and use a hair dryer and roller to really adhere it to the surface.
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Tell me about it! I painstakingly measured and trimmed each piece before applying it. Did you use a heat gun or hair dryer with a roller or did you just peel and seal it on? Iím thinking that I should go back into the horizontal surfaces where I have applied peel and seal and use a hair dryer and roller to really adhere it to the surface.
It was rather warm (85-88) the day I applied the peel to my truck's floor, so adhesion was not a problem, but my finger tips sure felt good after pressing that stuff down
On the flat areas I used my J roller. Never thought I'd use that tool again!
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Who is the manufacture of peel and seal, and is there a supplier of this in Arizona.
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