10 Sheet Sound Deadening Pack
2mm Thick with Strong Adhesive
Stop Rattles, Vibration & Noise
Lower Road, Exhaust, Engine & Transmission Noise
Very Low Odour compared to bitumen and inferior mats
Individual Sheet size: 380 x 250mm
Pack Weight 3.3kg
Package Size : 40*28*4cm
Package Include :
10 sheets mats
In order to install soundproofing material you would need:
Auto sound deadener mat
Stationery knife or construction scissors
A roller for rolling out sound deadening material
A cloth for wiping
A pen for marking
Material for inside use only
The allowed temperature is from -49F to 212F
Don’t use the material in high temperature parts of the car such as exhaust pipe
The material cannot be reused after dismantled
The material can be used only on clean dry metal surfaces
Please observe safety precautions
How to install
read the instruction carefully up to the end! This is really important
as the efficiency of soundproofing doesn't only depend on the material
you use but largely on the installation sequence as well. Please note
that incorrect installation of a sound deadening material might lead to
undesirable results or no results at all.
Decide what part of the
car you want to insulate first: roof, floor, doors or a hood. The
insulation of each parts of the vehicle has its own result and
contribution to overall outcome. That’s why we recommend you to
soundproof all parts of the car for the maximum soundproofing output.
Locate the guideline instruction to your car on the internet and
carefully read as to how to dismantle a certain panels. Be careful when
you take off plastic trim parts to avoid breaking the fixings! Very
detailed information can be found on automotive forums.
the remains of the factory insulation once you have dismantled the
interior ( you need to do that if the factory sound insulation is
damaged or not properly fixed). You can leave it there if it’s still in a
good shape. Properly clean and degrease the surface prior to
installation of deadener. It has to be dry and clean! It won’t be
properly fixed and may not last long if you apply the material on a wet
or dirty surface. Use a degreaser and dry clean rag for the Step 4. We
also recommend wearing gloves and air the room from time to time while
doing it. * Pre-try the degreaser on a small spot before using that on a
painted or plastic exterior.
Measure the pre-cleaned surface of
the prospective spot that you are going to treat. We recommend you first
make a pattern of an appropriate size on paper and then transfer that
to the insulation sheet. This will help you to place everything
accurately and avoid wasting the material. Use a stationery knife or
construction scissors to trim the desired piece of insulation sheet. Be
careful and use gloves for your hand protection.
Try to locate
the piece of material onto the prospective surface of a car without
removing an adhesive paper. Make sure that the material covers it. Now
it’s time to remove the release paper. Please do not remove it at once.
You need to do it gradually for a better adhesion. Now when your sheet
is ready to be used, lay that down to the surface and let it glue.
Properly flatten the sheet with hands to avoid air bubbles between the
metal and insulation material. Use a roller for rolling down the foil as
a next step. You can find a special pattern on the foil that helps to
see if it's rolled down properly. You have to roll down the foil till it
is plain and smooth, and you cannot see the convex foil texture.