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Old 02-04-2007, 02:09 PM   #1
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Ive gone to pretty much every hardware store around and whenever i ask about "peel and seal" they have no idea what im talking about. Is there something else its called?(if so I feel really dumb)
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Ive gone to pretty much every hardware store around and whenever i ask about "peel and seal" they have no idea what im talking about. Is there something else its called?(if so I feel really dumb)
IIRC it was only Lowe'* stores that carried it. In the roofing section?
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ask for "Frost king" instead

read through this too

http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=47664
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menards... just ask for roofing tar sealer...
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Anyone tried edead? found some online and dont know if it would be better than peel n seal
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Anyone tried edead? found some online and dont know if it would be better than peel n seal
yes its better but also costs way more
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I was only able to get it at Lowe'*, it was in the section with gutters and HVAC ducting. I also got Dynamat Extreme which cost around ten times more, but is virtually identical in properties with one exception: Dynamat is a rubber-based product, while Peel and Seal is an asphalt-based product and smells very bad. People who used Peel and Seal throughout their Bonnevilles have said the smell is gone within two days. I used some Peel and Seal around the back seat and rear deck areas, and there was no smell after a couple days. I have my remaining Peel and Seal in a plastic toolbox and it reeks of asphalt when I open it. For whatever that'* worth. Again, I agree that the smell goes away within two days if you use it in your car. I used mineral spirits and paper towels for cleanup, and that worked very well.
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