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    Re: dampener

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    For instance on a door, no more than 5 sq ft should be needed but some people have used 15-20+ sq ft on one door which is not needed (I used less than 20 sq ft to do all 4 of my doors.) I would start with 25-50% coverage and go from there. After applying it if you feel you need more then add more. Covering 100% and/ or doubling up will make the roll disappear fast.
    Sounds good...when it comes to deadening a roof with something like MDF do you deaden first then put the MDF on? Or you don't even need to deaden if youre putting wood on there?







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    IMO FatMat is garbage and is basically Peel & Seal with a logo printed on it. It shrinking doesnt sound good either.
    It is, a few years ago the owner was called out, somebody found another domain registered to him where he was selling roofing material, come to find out he was just putting a different name on the same product and marketing it for car audio.



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    Re: dampener

    Quote Originally Posted by Kangaroux View Post
    Sounds good...when it comes to deadening a roof with something like MDF do you deaden first then put the MDF on? Or you don't even need to deaden if youre putting wood on there?
    I do not have to much personal experience with putting MDF on roofs but I have seen it done both ways.



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