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Old 05-24-2004, 09:00 PM   #1
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does anybody know where to buy it. I went to homedepot but looks like they dont have it. It is used on roofing and it is almost good as Dyanamat but it is much cheper.
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that stuff sounds good to me, actually i was just gonna go buy some dynamat tomorrow since i have my car all apart, good thing i saw this thread...i will call home depot and menards tomorrow
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Home Depot didn't have Peel and Seal?? But they got everything!! You should have a roofing store in your area...
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Maybe they were just out...
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called menards and they had 5 rolls of 12" wide by 33' on hand at $34.99 each. im on my way now to get one
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Lucky you. I dont belive that home depot dont have this thing. I asked them and they said no but could be just another guy that dont know what he is talkinga about.
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i checked out home depot before i went to menards for a quick check, nope they didnt have it, and had never heard of it

i went to menards and found that the big roll was on sale for $24.99 thats 12" x 33.5ft

i would have bought 2 rolls but im tight on cash and ill see how far 33 feet can get me...hopefully at least 1 layer all around

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good luck let us know how it works. i used some similar material once and the problem was that it did not stick well. make sure you clean the area well before you try to adhere to it.
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good luck let us know how it works. i used some similar material once and the problem was that it did not stick well. make sure you clean the area well before you try to adhere to it.
that and make sure its warm enough out...i wanan do it right now, but its only 54*, tomorrow is supposed to be 70'*..so ill do it then
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