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  • sube ·
    I used a combination of EDEAD and BQuiet. I covered all the floors including the trunk I did all the doors. I filled all the cavities with expanding foam. It was quite an undertaking. It took about 2 days in total to gut the interior install the sound insulation and put everything back.
    To be honest the end result wasn't worth the time and expense. There was some improvement but I can attest do not expect Lexus quiet afterwards.

    Pat.
    mendezteck ·
    I was reading one of your post on sound deading. Can I ask what kind of insulation foam did you use and what kind of sound deading did use.
    Pomposso ·
    I'm not sure about the paint code for it for i know its the krylon fusion textured paint I got it at walmart. the cap looks like a dark grey (very dark) with glitter texture but the color is similar to the one in the pictures. i hope this helps.
    sube ·
    Thanks for getting back to me, you would definitely need patience and a steady hand to do the lettering.

    Pat.
    Pomposso ·
    I used Krylon fusion textured paint. I gave it a few coats let it dry and then used an acrylic paint and thin brush for the letters and the lines. You need a little patience for the letters and also be careful not to put too much paint in one pass or it will drip. if it does you can just peel it of with a tweezer. Give as many coats as you want letting it dry in between until you have the color you want. after that you can seal it with a clear coat paint like krylon spary paint. i didn't gave it the clear coat but I will when I have the free time to help it last longer
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