- Nominal thickness: 2 mm; Size of the sheet for sale 46cm x 150cm, Aluminum sheet blue color 0.1mm layer, with adhesive.
- The thickness is 1.5 times thicker which allows for 1.5 times more effective insulation. 2mm panel is 1.5 times better than 1.3mm soundproof material. The thicker the material, the better results are obtained!
- Self-adhesive automotive insulation is made from butyl. The total weight of the soundproofing insulation is 3.7 kg / 1 m2
- A complete vibration damping product! The anti-vibration layer is composed of butyl and various additives.
This product eliminates vibrations, reduces general noise and vehicle noise disturbances for added comfort. It also improves the sound quality of your stereo system. However, using it alone will not be a 100% solution for your vehicle, even if it makes a big difference.
- Wear gloves to protect your hands when working with the product.
- Correct application of the product is 50% of your car's successful sound insulation success. Press the product along the previously cleaned and carefully degreased surface using a roller. The special corrugation on the sheet is made for convenience of application so that you can see the areas that have been pressed with a roller correctly and those that require more pressing.
Read the instructions for use carefully until the end. It is important to know all the details as the sound insulation efficiency does not depend only on the material used, but above all it is a consequence of a correct application. Please note that the wrong application may cause unwanted results or no effect.
Decide which part of the car you want to insulate first: flatdoors, roof, doors, trunk or engine compartment. The treatment of each metal part of the machine has its own exclusive contribution to the overall result. It is recommended to soundproof all metal parts for maximum performance. Next, find your vehicle's user manual and focus on the part that explains how to remove interior trim panels. You should be careful when removing them so as not to break the fasteners. This information can also be found on a related automotive forum.
Remove the residues of the factory insulation when the covering has been disassembled. It is only necessary to do this if the factory insulation is damaged or incorrectly fixed. You can leave it there if it is still in good condition. The next step is to thoroughly clean, dry and degrease the application surface. Sound insulation does not adhere properly and may not last long if applied to wet or dirty surfaces. Use a degreaser and a dry, clean cloth for this purpose. It is also advisable to wear gloves and to ventilate the room from time to time during work. * Test the degreaser on a small area before using it on plastic parts or painted parts.
Once step 2 is complete, measure the application surface. We first suggest making an appropriately sized model on a sheet of paper and then transferring it to the sound insulation. This will help place it precisely to avoid wasting material. Use the appropriate utility knife or scissors to cut a desired size shape. Be careful and wear gloves to protect your hands.
Next, place the sound insulation on the surface without removing the protective film. Make sure the surface is well covered. Now is the time to remove the protective paper film but don't pull it all straight away, do it gradually for better adhesion. Once applied to the surface, press the sheet to make it adhere. Flatten the sheet with your hands to avoid air bubbles between the insulation and the metal surface. Use a roller to press the sheet to adhere it to a metal surface. The sheet with the wavy parts and ribs on the matte surface allows you to see the points that require more pressing. The sheet must be pressed with a roller until it is smooth and flat, which means that it has been applied correctly.