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Discussion in 'Interior Restoration' started by sevitz5, Jun 1, 2011.
Did you do the roof too? Pics? How many rolls did you use (sq. ft.)?
The odor question would probably have more weight if the sniffer said whether he was a smoker or not.
I guarantee I can smell asphalt in the cars with peel and stick on a hot day!
This is from their MSDS:
All I did was the floor, trunk divider, the package tray area, and up the side walls to the headliner area. It took (1) 12" x 33 ft roll, and (1) 18" x 33 ft roll.
I don't smoke, and I think I got a good sniffer, lol. All I can say is my car is not complete, it is sitting in the garage and the car is not getting the hot sun on it. Maybe when I get it out I will smell it. I just know funds are tight and this product was a definate budget minded project. I can't afford dynomat.
I look at it like this, my car is non ac so windows will definately always be down. Won't drive in rain or cold. If I do get an odor, hopefully I won't notice.
You'll be fine. Everyone has an opinion, just go with what works for you
I'm sure it will be fine in your case. Don't sweat my comments.
Hell , when I laid my brown bread down in 2006, I never actually
drove the car much until 2010....IIRC.
I gave mine 4 years to air out if it needed it.
Just set your car out in the heat and let it air out for a few weeks.
I wish I'd seen this post before going to Lowe's today. I couldn't find it despite asking two employees. One said it was in the plumbing section with the weather stripping and another said it was in the insulation aisle. I searched both areas and the only thing close was something called Reflectix. Looks like I need to check the roofing aisle next time.
This is where I ordered mine from...was cheaper and had wider widths.
i do not smoke.
I bought Edead 45 for mine. I have not installed it yet so really have no opinion yet. It is supposed to be butyl based instead of asphalt so is not supposed to have the smell and holds up to the heat better. Here is a thread I started on it
I is pretty much the same price as the Peel and Seal.
Lessee, Peel & Stick is made of asphalt and is not meant to be inside an occupied inclosure...
And MegaMat is meant to be insided an occupied enclosure...
There is no argument I wish to make...just read the MSDS and the MegaMat pic and see why I chose the latter for my car.