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Insulate Garage Door Against Heat

Will Conner

We’ve been hit in Houston, Texas, with extreme heat this summer. We’re talking 100˚F highs for the last 40+ days. To combat those sweltering temps, we put our heat shield product to the test: an un-air conditioned garage door. We used 2 gallons of LizardSkin Ceramic Insulation per door doing the recommended 2 coats at 20 mils (.5mm) each. It took us about 2.5 hours for first coat with prep work (taping and masking, scuffing door with Scotchbrite, cleaning areas scuffed with a vinegar solution) and 1.5 hours for second coat with clean up.

Here are the results of our test to insulate a garage door:

Prior to using LizardSkin Ceramic Insulation to insulate the garage, usually recorded 3-5˚F ABOVE ambient inside garage.

After spraying on LizardSkin Ceramic Insulation, we’re seeing 7-12˚F BELOW ambient.

Ready to insulate a garage door against the heat? Head to our online store to order LizardSkin products. Curious about non-automotive uses for LizardSkin? Head back to the home page for an overview on LizardSkin insulating and sound damping products and application process. You can also check out our Frequently Asked Questions, or contact us to speak with one of our insulation and sound deadening experts.

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