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has any of you guys used something called "Peel & Seal™ Self Stick Roll Roofing"? It is $14.93 for a 25' x 6" roll at Lowe's home improvement warehouse it looks just like dynamat but is for roofing.
I was in my local car audio shop today trying to get a better deal in dynamat when a customer their with a mustang approach me and show me his 2008 mustang with this seal and peal thing an he say that works just like dynamat and its a little lighter. that it will stop all rattling.

heres a pix of how it looks:




link: 6"x25' Roll Self-Stick Aluminum Faced
 

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has any of you guys used something called "Peel & Seal™ Self Stick Roll Roofing"? It is $14.93 for a 25' x 6" roll at Lowe's home improvement warehouse it looks just like dynamat but is for roofing.
I was in my local car audio shop today trying to get a better deal in dynamat when a customer their with a mustang approach me and show me his 2008 mustang with this seal and peal thing an he say that works just like dynamat and its a little lighter. that it will stop all rattling.

heres a pix of how it looks:




link: 6"x25' Roll Self-Stick Aluminum Faced

:)

This is a very similar product to the original dynamat. It can be used,
but beware that since it's normally used on a roof, it may smell more
when you use it. And be careful not to lay unused materials on places
you don't want to leave residue (actually that applies to pretty much
all of these products, I have a small pin sized mark on one of my seats from
dynamat).

But the answer is yes, you can use it the same way you would use
any of the other deadening materials.


I see you have the aluminum faced version, even better.
 

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cool I will start my project this saturday, thanks guys:biggrin:
 

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That looks like it closest to Fatmat...which is also an asphalt based product. All I will say is I would never, never, never, ever put that in my 300C. I used Fatmat in another car of mine, a hatchback and it smelled like tar for weeks!!!
I think you'll find the same thing with this roof product. Tar Stink.
 

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edead also, it's butyl, so no alphaltic material there either.
 
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