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Old November 4th, 2003, 10:27 PM   #1
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Brown-bread/Sound deadener Installation Help/Tips

I just installed some Brown Bread sound deadener to my door panels and I thought I could shed some tips and what u'll need
The below is what I used

Materials:
Sound Deadener (i used Brown Bread)
Roller
Utility Knife
Sheet of wood for cutting on
Tape measure
Pencil
Rubbing Alcohol w/ applicator
Lint-free towels
Goof-off (just in case)

Look at the surface you are about to deaden and picture how you will do it.
Next, take the rubbing alcohol, rub ot over everywhere, and dry with a lint-free towel.

Measure some of the area, and cut the piece out of the Brown Bread. I used a sheet of MDF to lay it on, while keeping it flat, and used my utility knife to cut it.

Lay the cut piece over the section that u wanna deaden, with the sticky side against it, but keep the wax paper on it! (don't peel anything off yet)
Make indentations in the deadener over any bolts, screws, clips, anything u dont want covered or use a pencil to trace it.
Take off and cut away what u traced or indented on the deadener.
Put it BACK AGAIN over the surface and keep doing the above step till it fits perfect. Note: u may wanna pull up some clips or wires so u don't cover them and can cut accurately.

Remove the sheet over the sticky side and place ont he surface.
Use the roller to apply and press down the deadener.
I used the handle of the roller alot too, to get into small areas or non-flat areas.
Keep rolling till it all looks uniform.

If the sticky substance gets on the roller too much or elsewhere, use some Goof-off to remove.

Just keep doing the above till it looks right.

When doing my doors, I also took friction tape and wrapped all the door wires, so if they ever rubbed or banged, they could have some more deadening to it.


Any questions, lemme know. i may add to the above as it pops in my head. its just somethin that i thought would be hard at first till i tried it. also, when i touched the stickyness with my fingers, it didnt seem that sticky. till u put it on a metal panel and see how good it really adheres lol
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Old November 4th, 2003, 10:31 PM   #2
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Link to Brown Bread http://www.b-quiet.com/brownbread.html
comparison to Dynamat http://www.b-quiet.com/compare.html
I chose it b/c of the price compared to Dynamat and after all the research I have done on various car audio forums
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Old November 10th, 2003, 01:48 PM   #3
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i think brownbread is the same mil as fatmat. i forget exactly, but how much did you pay for it? and what all did u do to your car with it?
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Old November 10th, 2003, 02:26 PM   #4
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i paid $125 plus s/h
so far, all i did were the doors
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Old November 18th, 2003, 09:58 PM   #5
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i plan on doing the entire trunk, the engine firewall and anywhere else i can get to lol
its so adddicting!
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Old November 18th, 2003, 10:05 PM   #6
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you ever use peal and seal? i been looking at home depot but they dont sell it anymore
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Old November 18th, 2003, 10:27 PM   #7
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never had, and i've been askin about it, to maybe use in my trunk
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Old November 18th, 2003, 10:29 PM   #8
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you ever use peal and seal? i been looking at home depot but they dont sell it anymore
Try Lowe's roofing section, I saw it there.
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Old November 18th, 2003, 10:30 PM   #9
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have you tried it? i heard from people it oozes sticky stuff on hot days
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Old November 18th, 2003, 10:38 PM   #10
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I purchased some stuff callse quick roof, it looks pretty decent. But small sizes.
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did u purchase those brown bread on ebay? 70sqft. for 129.99 +shipping?? are those good? better then dynamat?? I'm thinkin about to dynamat my door and trunk too....
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This is the actual stuff I have in my car. It's from partexpress.com
This is the link: http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/showd..._ID=7083&DID=7


I bought 4 sheets and was able to do my trunk and the entire car's floor and i have like one sheet left over.

The product did smell for two days after installation but no smell afterwards. As for performance, i am very satisfied, no rattling and the sound is very nice inside. The bass is definetly better.

Hope this helps.
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damn thats a sweet deal i might have to get in on that, i ordered some harrison lab fmod subsonic filter from there too
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Old November 24th, 2003, 10:40 AM   #14
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i got my brown bread from ebay, yes
i highly recommend using it or something like it
once u start, u'll be addicted
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Old November 24th, 2003, 11:08 AM   #15
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fatmat looks to be the cheapest for like 100ft $100 on eBay...

the stuff from partsexpress is expensive $20 for 4ft.. if you had to get 70ft that would be about $350
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Old November 26th, 2003, 12:11 PM   #16
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i am lookin to possbly get fatmat next
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lou, did u do any research on fatmat before? how are those compare to brown bread???? i got a 36sq ft of dynamat extrem don't know if it's enough, thinking about to get another one (either brown bread or fatmat)
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Old December 4th, 2003, 11:15 AM   #18
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u'll prob need more of the dynamat than the 36sqft, depending on what u cover
fatmat looks fine for the trunk area. i'd use the brownbrea d for anything that is being hung horizontally and fatmat for anything laying flat on top.
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why? now you have me interested in doing this, but obivously the dynamat is not worth it.... what was your impression of the fat max?
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i was planing go home depot and get them carpet that 3 inch thick and put in door and stuff, so any recommendation for me?...should i use the this mat or go buy at home depot which u can save more money...by the way is ur car more quite after u put that brown bread on?
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by the way where u stick the brown bread...on the car door steel?
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i have a 7 gent sedan, how many sq feet do i need?... 70 sq ft enough???
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sedan, i dont know
as far as where to put it, on anythinglastic, metal
look at my www pix
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Does anyone know the approximations for the fottage needed for certain areas??

I would like to know how much I would be looking at needing.
I definately need the trunk area...
Maybe the doors... (I have 4 )

Also, Anyone know where you can get the expandable foam deadener? I need to do the ribs in the bottom of the trunk lid, and also would like to fill the spoiler with it.

Thanks for the help!
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Also, Anyone know where you can get the expandable foam deadener?

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stinger makes some too, but its probably more expensive....
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Originally posted by Loulax07 on December 8th, 2003 at 01:16 PM

sedan, i dont know
as far as where to put it, on anythinglastic, metal
look at my www pix
At least I know who's going to be deadening my car since I have no freaking clue what your talking about here.
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They have the spray-on foam deadners?
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It's an aerosol expanding foam used for insulation..... it also acts as a sound deadener. I recommend using the low expansion stuff.... the high expanding variety can actually push panels apart if too much is applied in a confined area.
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It's an aerosol expanding foam used for insulation..... it also acts as a sound deadener. I recommend using the low expansion stuff.... the high expanding variety can actually push panels apart if too much is applied in a confined area.
Nice!
I will check it out!
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