How to Remove Old Sound Deadening MaterialsJune 10, 2020
What an informative video on removing old sound deadening material from your car from the guys over at Speed Academy! Be sure to subscribe to their YouTube channel for more helpful car care tips like this one.
If you are looking to add LizardSkin Sound Control to your ride, but you need to remove the factory-installed sound deadening material, follow the steps in this video before trying to chisel it out one small bit at a time. If your results removing old sound deadening material are similar to this video, you will save a lot of time and sweat. For additional preparation recommendations before applying our spray-on sound deadening product, head to our preparation page here.
LizardSkin Sound Control (SC) is a spray-applied car sound deadening (sound dampening) coating that is great for reducing exterior noises and enhancing car sound systems. It is an advanced, water-based composition of a high-grade acrylic binder with sound-damping particles that combine to form one of the best sound deadening materials on the car insulation market.
LizardSkin Sound Control’s sound deadening material stops the vibration and sound waves coming from a surface before they enter the air. LizardSkin Sound Control can be combined with LizardSkin Ceramic Insulation to give you a complete system for reducing both heat and sound in your car. Typical applications of our spray-on sound deadener include car door insulation, firewalls, floor pans, transmission tunnels, hoods, trunk lids, under headliners, inside fenders, panel van walls, and other areas that generate vibration and noise and require automotive sound insulation. For maximum acoustic performance in your ride, encapsulate the entire interior and all appropriate exterior surfaces with LizardSkin Sound Control.
Ready to reduce noise inside your vehicle? Head to our online store to place your order for LizardSkin Sound Control today! Have questions? Head back to LizardSkin’s home page for an overview on the LizardSkin products and process. You can also check out our Frequently Asked Questions, or visit our Contact Us page to send us any other questions you may have.