Eastwood Thermo-Coustic Sound Deadener 33.75 Square Feet Kit

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Eastwood 33.75 Square Foot Thermo-Coustic Sound Deadener Kit.

Banish road noise, floor pan vibration and exhaust heat from your classic machine! Eastwood's Thermo-Coustic barrier creates the ultimate in acoustic and thermal protection for your muscle car, street rod, boat or RV. Easily installs under carpets, inside doors and around speaker boxes. Enjoy your ride in any environment!

Eastwood's Thermo-Coustic insulation reduces road noise and engine heat to make your ride more comfortable! The Thermo-Coustic barrier conforms easily to most interior areas with a hi-tack adhesive that lets you install them securely. Each of the 9 sheets are crafted with a .060"-thick layer of sound-deadening butyl rubber material, bonded to a high-performance, heat-reducing aluminum facing, for an overall thickness of 0.063". Each sheet measures 30" long and 18" wide.

Along with a significant reduction in road noise and driveline vibration, these Thermo-Coustic barrier sheets help keep heat from penetrating your vehicle's interior with high-performance aluminum facing. Tests showed performance equivalent to that of the more-expensive major brands.

Kit includes 33.75 square feet of material, enough to insulate the most critical portions of your car's interior and door panels. For more complete coverage, order two kits (particularly if you've removed the factory sound-deadening material during restoration).

*Not to be applied to overhead areas such as roof, hood or trunk lid.

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Eastwood Thermo-Coustic Sound Deadener 33.75 Square Feet Kit is rated 2.5 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great i was reading about those guys saying it melts and drips every where ??? i put it on both sides of the fire wall in an airplane. the engine compartment on an airplane get very hot, in the summer even worse. i have had no problem with it at all. i even did the whole cockpit, floors walls every thing. worked great. airplanes are very noisy inside and we can take off the head sets and talk it is so quit. it is so quit i have a hard time hearing the engine in flight
Date published: 2015-04-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not happy, melted?! I bought a box a few years ago and never installed it, a few months ago I bought a second box and was getting ready to cover the underdash, floorpan, and side panels in in, but when I opened the first box, I found that all the black had oozed out and filled the sides of the box. Now I am reluctant to install any of it. This had been sitting in my garage for a while. I did put a couple of sheet on the inside door skins a few years ago, I probably need to look in my doors and check to see how it looks. I also put a small amount of it under the dash to kill a rattle, now i just noticed there were two small black drips on my red carpet, after takling a close look at it, it appears to be this black sticky stuff, obviously it dripped down to my carpet. I have not trouble with all the other eastwood products in the past, so this casts a serious question of the quality.
Date published: 2014-09-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Eastwood comes through...Wow! Bought some of this a couple of years ago and had some issues with it. Eastwood contacted me and it appears to have been a bad batch. They stood up and made it right and that is why I have spent thousands with Eastwood and will continue to do so. Make sure you use a good roller (available on here) to apply it and get all the air out from underneath all of it. Sound deadening is very good with this. Thanks Eastwood!!!
Date published: 2014-11-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Keeping things in perspective I just finished an install of the Thermal Acoustic sound deadener and the " barrier. All though I mixed them because I didn't realize they were different. Easy to install, took the resonance right out of the panels. I didn't get carried away, just the floor and inside of doors, then the back wall and package tray. Oh, yeah, firewall is a must. Three big noise factors Road noise, wind noise, engine noise.
Date published: 2015-01-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good stuff I bought a box about 7 months ago and seat in the sun in my garage until two weeks ago. I installed the first box then bought two more, installed from under the dash all the way back to the package tray. Easy to cut with scissors and form to all the contours of the car. Not sure about the dripping other talk about, my box was faded from sitting in the sun for months and was fine.
Date published: 2015-05-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This stuff DRIPS don't use it Installed this in my Tan 1954 Tin Woodie and noticed a drip of black stuff coming out of my doors at the drip hole. I went to see the reviews on this stuff to see if anyone else was having problems and WOW! looks pretty bad for some of you out there. Wonder what Eastwoods doing about this as I have a box of this I was going to use on my new project.
Date published: 2014-11-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not worth the money! Like many reviews before, I too purchased a box of this a few years ago. Installed it last month and it leaks through any small hole or crevice in my 72 El Camino. This is definitely something Eastwood should not allow on their shelves. I do not look forward to removing all of it!
Date published: 2015-04-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bad Thermo-Coustic This stuff oozes in 80 degree heat in an enclosed garage. It dripped off side panel applications and oozed into all the crevices and panel seams in my '30 two door sedan. A huge mess to clean up and remove. This product is not worthy of being sold by Eastwood.
Date published: 2014-10-03
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