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does anyone have any experience with it? ive peel n sealed the back half of my car quite effectively its just now road noise and my front doors, which have gotten no attention yet. if all goes well id like to go buy a bucket and do a full undercoating(got damage) and my wheel wells and id really like to try it on the interiors of my doors and the backside of the panel that covers the huge hole in my door. if the mechanics of my door dont prohibit it. i usually listen to my music with the windows down and at regular cruising with road noise there's an audible rattle in the lower back section of the door on the handle end. i dont know if its the actual window and bracketry ive yet to find a good picture of the interior of my door for reference before i tear it down
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Spend the extra cash and get actual sound Deadining material put it directly on your trouble spots on the doors. On the undercarge the spray should ad extra weight/density which means less flex but not sound so much as an actual sound barrier.add extra foam batting between the carpet and multiple layers of peal and seal on floor board until desired sound levels are reached if on a budget other wise bargin shop for the real stuff
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if people know what vehicle you have, they will be able to offer advice based on their experiences.
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DO NOT USE IT! if you think the smell from PnS is bad the flashing cement is worse by far. Your using the wrong product for the wrong application.
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im not displeased with the smell of peel n seal and trust me i got alot of it FRESH stuff too i used u-seal from home depot idk if its not tar but its got next to no smell. i have a volkswagen beetle and i will link you to something i found that i had bookmarked quite some time ago knowing it would come in helpful as i never got linked to it in my searches. http://newbeetle.org/forums/car-audi...tall-pics.html
i believe the roofing cement would work well on the backside of the outer skin and the backside of the inner skin i.e. none visible all in the interior of the door itself. and as for the undercarraige and wheel wells i may use an undercoating spray i just dont want my car to rust away on me, its not really rusting now but there are definately a few points where there exists a good potential for rust to develop


AND I HOPE YOU GUYS LOOK AT THAT INSTALL ITS SUPER CLEAN

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Ive cut 1/4" and/or 1/4" wood and glued it to the ceiling
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I have 3/4 mdf on my roof. No flex at all.

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I have 3/4 mdf on my roof. No flex at all.

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DO NOT USE IT! if you think the smell from PnS is bad the flashing cement is worse by far. Your using the wrong product for the wrong application.
id like to know where people say peel n seal or quick roof ( home depots version that I think is MUCH better) has a bad smell etc..
ive installed it in prolly 20 cars/trucks and NEVER ONCE have i smelled it..

even had a local that wanted me to use it but if it stank he didnt want it,..
FRESHLY opened package no smell at all
and even heating it up to apply and still didnt have a smell
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I have 3/4 mdf on my roof. No flex at all.

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That's what I do in big builds... Multiple layers actually... Then once it's attached, I drill small holes in it and use expanding foam to fill above it... Solid as a rock...
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