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Welcome to "The Owner's Manual" Second Skin's newest resource for all things sound and heat. Helpful articles, slideshows, and how-to (DIY) instructions will be released over the future weeks, months, and years to help consumers make better choices with their build budgets to get the right products the first time. Check it out, give us some feedback, and let us know what you would like to see articles on in the future!!! Thanks for following Second Skin's journey over the past 19 years, we appreciate each and every one of you. #TeamSecondSkin

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Another chapter in the world of heat and sound insulation, The Truth About Deadening Sprays and Paints

When browsing the vast caverns of the internet, you're going to find a variety of different liquid products advertised as soundproofing solutions. This article will help you decide which types of liquid sound deadeners may be right for your build and which types are better to avoid. 

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This time on the Owner's Manual, we dive into the decisions of sound deadening mat vs liquid sound deadening spray, Sound Deadening Mat or Spray: Which Is For Me?

Driving is as much an experience as it is a necessity. You should enjoy how your ride feels, how it looks, and even how it sounds. That last piece can be a challenge, because cars come with a fair share of noise, from structural hums, rattles, and squeaks to airborne sounds like wind, road noise, and horn honking.

Fortunately there are some great products to improve your driving experience (and they don’t involve earplugs). They’re called vibration dampers and a question we get all the time is, do you go with the mats or with a sound deadening spray?

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Welcome back to another page in the Second Skin Owner's Manual

How To Reduce Road Noise in Your Car

If you want to reduce the road noise in your car, you’re not alone. Most drivers experience road noise of some kind, whether it be in an old hot rod or brand new compact car. Since no two cars are constructed or driven the same way, no solution is perfect for every road noise problem. Annoying exhaust drone, diesel engine noise, turbo noise, tire noise, and outside noise can all be a killer on long trips but it does not have to be!!! 

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This week we bring a new article to The Owner's Manual brought to you by Second Skin Insulation.

Quiet Exhaust and Engine Noise

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Upgrade your exhaust and realize you can't talk on your cell phone anymore? Swapped out the engine to a big diesel upgrade and now you need to tame down that airborne noise? Second Skin has you covered, with the best ways to block out those stubborn drones and irritating airborne noise. Check out our newest article in the Owner's Manual. 

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Another chapter in The Owner's Manual: Sound Deadening Car Doors

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Whether you’ve got a fully upgraded car audio system that you turn up to 11, or you enjoy playing some smooth jams to relax and de-stress. For a lot of us, our car is our mobile concert hall. But it can be tough to get into the rhythm when unwanted noise is infiltrating your sanctuary from all angles. From wind noise, to road-noise, to rattling sheet metal - most of us wish our car ride was a little quieter.

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Got Trunk Rattle? Loud exhaust? Horrible drone sound? This week's chapter from The Owner's Manual is just for you...Trunk Sound Deadening

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Much like your car door sound deadening project, the trunk is essentially an echo chamber made of metal panels with little or no insulation - we're talking some plastic paneling and thin carpet. Any flat or flimsy metal panel is going to vibrate and create structural noise. Look inside your trunk and what do you see? Big, flat quarter panels. A big sheet of metal as the trunk floor pan and covering the wheel wells. Top that off with a trunk lid that's often light, hollow, and not always firmly attached. You see a trunk. We see one of the loudest parts of your vehicle. 

Reach out to us at any time with your noise and heat insulation needs.  

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The roof, the roof, the roof is on...(well, not fire) but it does sound like bombs being dropped when it rains.

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We've got the sound deadening, sound-absorbing, and thermal insulation products that will hold strong upside down for the test of time with Car Roof Insulation in this week's spotlight in The Owner's Manual from Second Skin!!

 

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