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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old Jul 13th, 13, 07:46 AM Thread Starter
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Question Lizard skin or Hush mat?

i plan on spraying lizard skin on the bottom of the car but what do you guys suggest for the interior, under the carpet?

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old Jul 13th, 13, 08:34 AM
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Re: Lizard skin or Hush mat?

I used plain ol rubber roofing with spray adhesive first, then the factory insulation
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Re: Lizard skin or Hush mat?

dynamat and dynapad if you really want to keep the heat out and sound down. Dynaliner on the roof over dynamat. You won't regret it.

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Re: Lizard skin or Hush mat?

I found Hushmat to work fine, like Dynomat, but a little cheaper. You can also get heat/sound material from Lowes for very cheap and have used it and it seems to work on the floor areas as good as anything. . . put it down with spray glue, I got a roll of the foil coated insulation for $15 and did the entire floor and back area.
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Re: Lizard skin or Hush mat?

I sprayed Lizard skin heat and sound (two different parts) under carpet. Topped that with Dynamat on firewall and in doors. Maybe overkill, but results are pretty impressive.

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Re: Lizard skin or Hush mat?

I used Lizard Skin under the car and would probably use something different if I did it again. Also used it on the interior floor and firewall, then covered that with SS Damplifier. I really like the Second Skin product.

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Re: Lizard skin or Hush mat?

I've got lizardskin only on the floor and in no way is it enough. I did the inside because I wanted it to look stock outside. I will be ripping it apart in the winter and using a hushmat/dynamat type product.

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Re: Lizard skin or Hush mat?

I am using hushmat at now. I like that it comes in black. You can put it in some places and it does not look like your car is wearing a tin foil hat.

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