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Old 06-16-2015, 03:20 AM   #1
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Sound Proofing you MH

I wanted to quiet down a Motorhome a few years back and had good results just by guesswork of products. I have a new used coach and want to try and really quiet it down and ran across a site called soundproofcow.com .....their name says it all. They have a huge selection of all types of sound proof and sound absorbing materials. They have some reasonably priced products and some pro grade products for sound studios etc and also have a lot of products for motorhomes that I had not seen before and a knowledgeable staff to advise you.

They have some liquid coatings you can put under the floor and wheel wells of the coach and in hard to reach cavities etc. They have stick on heat proof, stick on to go under flooring under the dash etc etc. Sound insulation and sound barriers, sound proofing under carpet and inside and outside of your dog house.

Material for machinery compartments like generators. And some stuff I am going to try on the inside of my interior cabinet doors as well as the floors under cabinets.

I am starting up front and see if I can make my current gas coach anywhere close to as quiet as my last DP in the cockpit area. I know I can make a huge improvement as i did it with makeshift materials last time.

Anyone ever use soundproofcow.com for product? If so, what and your thoughts and which products did you use?


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