Dynaliner Automotive Thermal Insulator

Dynaliner Automotive Thermal Insulator

Dynaliner is the most effective automotive thermal insulator available. Dynaliner is a soft, self-adhesive closed cell rubber that resists oil and will not hold water or promote rust or mildew like most under carpet padding. Dynaliner provides acoustic absorption and thermal insulation. Available in 1/8”, 1/4” and 1/2” thicknesses, use the thickest one that your space will allow. For more information, visit dynamat.com.

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