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    Spray on sound deadening

    I have seen a product that is a sprayon sound deadening and heat reducer. Will this work as good as something like dynomat? I know it would be a whole lot lighter. What is the best thing to use?







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    Re: Spray on sound deadening

    I am getting ready to build a new car I would like to know this as well.. Where did you see it at and how much??



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    Re: Spray on sound deadening

    Im thinking from eastwood or something but i cant remember when i find it again i will let you know




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    Re: Spray on sound deadening

    if it does work it will be the greatest thing in car audio since the subwoffer. lol




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    Re: Spray on sound deadening

    That aerosol stuff? I sprayed a little in my car. It takes too long to dry. once it dries it doesn't stink, but may take a few days for the smell to go away.

    So from my limited experience with the spray can stuff............... I won't use it again. Might be decent in boxes or whatever, but not in the place of a dynamat type deadener.



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    Re: Spray on sound deadening

    it wouldnt be dense enough i dont think. Pretty much the heavier the better. A spray is the opposite of heavy




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    Re: Spray on sound deadening

    it was in a gal can not a spray can.




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    Re: Spray on sound deadening

    The guy at circuit city was telling me dynamat has a product that comes by the gallon and you roll it on. I have not looked for it though.




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    Re: Spray on sound deadening

    http://www.secondskinaudio.com/sound...rum-sludge.phpI would like to coat the underside of my car with this.




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    Re: Spray on sound deadening

    Quote Originally Posted by KB777 View Post
    it was in a gal can not a spray can.
    People have mixed results with that. Again, drying time would be an issue. I have a gallon of that myself that I will put some use to.

    What's your budget on deadener?



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    Re: Spray on sound deadening

    the less i spend on it the more i can spend on other mods. But i dont wanna WASTE my money on something that wont work. Id also like to keep it light as posible.




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    Re: Spray on sound deadening

    eastwood carries some called lisardskin




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    Re: Spray on sound deadening

    there are several companies who make visceolastic sound deadeners. second skin, e-dead and even dynomat make them. they will work just as good as your typical sheet-styled deadeners if you apply them correctly.

    do not confuse these with bed liners or rust proofing coatings.





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    Re: Spray on sound deadening

    what would the best brand be?




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    Re: Spray on sound deadening

    I have useed cascade and I like it. Its very heavy and thats what sound deadener does well is mass load the panel. It does take a little time to dry between coats but for a trunk and floor its great. I like not having to cut strips and fart around with pressing it into corners, just pour it in and roll it out. I would still use some matt on my next car but its gunna be 80 percent liquid and some matt on the roof. The liquid sticks great I would just do the roof so I don't drip.



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