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Discussion in 'Garages, Workshops & Tools' started by BamaRocker, Feb 7, 2013.
Oh I bet you are itching to do that job.
OK, I see what you did there
I know for some, handling insulation is a PITA. For me, it's NBD.
Awesome, looks great, what could be better than hot camaros/firebirds and guitars. I did something like you did only my music room ended up being to small, now it is mostly music equipment storage, my music room ended up being 9' wide and about 16' long. I'm also a music equipment junkie, collecting vintage fender/marshall amps. They do take up room. I mounted my PA speakers on the walls. I also put up a shelf at the ends high enough out of the way, with enough room to put guitar amps up on them.
Well looks fantastic, good luck & make great music.
insulation is cake...
at the end of the day take a very flat and warm can of Pepsi to the shower with ya..
pour it on a washrag and wipe down several times before you shower... the pepsi is sticky and will actually pull the fiberglass fibers out of your skin... then take a cold shower so you don't open up the pores of your skin.
old trick I learned working in a fiberglass shop rolling out body parts way back when.
I will have to remember that trick when I next do some insulation!
Hey thanks, that sounds like a good idea! Insulation fibers bug me, too.
Nice door selection. And I'm jealous of the brick belt!
Insulation done, Drywall next week....