jlaine wrote:Damplifier is a damn good product, worked well when I used it...
You going to do a layer of liquid stuffs after that is all done or you figure you've got it down?
I did 4 layers + a coating of liquid on the wife's 300m doors. (2 + liquid on the outer, 2 on the inner.)
Yea - this stuff isn't coming off for anything:) Only complaint is that it is kinda stiff, but oh well. A few well placed slits fix any problems it has conforming. A while back they had a new product called Hazmat that they did sort of a trial run of. It had a black backing that was very flexible. I haven't heard anything about it since. I'd like to give it a try.
As for liquid, if you can't tell, there's already a few layers of "Xterminator" liquid on the door(remember ben did the "woofer throwing contest" giveaway of it before they left? I was the winner of that.) I took a crossectional picture of the piece of sheetmetal I cut off, but it came out crappy. I think there was ~ 1/16" of it on the metal. The damplifier stuck to it like glue.
anyway, my g/f decided she wanted to have a "girls night", so I'm heading out to lay down some overkill
Oh yea, see that window gear in the last pic? My right wrist looks like it went through a sticker bush/cat fight because of it. That's the reason the deadener is crooked as hell in the middle part of the door.