Homemade Garage Door Insulation Inserts

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Old 03-06-03, 03:37 PM
sparkie
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Question Homemade Garage Door Insulation Inserts

On my typical 10 yr old, metal, raised panel garage door, I cut and inserted 2" thick blue foam board for insulation on the inside, years ago. (An insulation kit costs $50 or more). They perform well but look unattractive.

I'd like to cover them w/ white paint or maybe cover them w/ some thin, durable plastic. If I painted them, any particular type of paint to use? I know some glues eat thru some foams, so maybe paint would do the same or not adhere?

Or any ideas on a plastic material to use? So far, I have only thought of contact paper (too thin) or plastic skin material used inside commercial, walk-in freezers (too thick or $$).

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Old 03-06-03, 04:44 PM
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Posted a reply to this over in garages, but I guess this really would be the more approriate forum for it.

Here's the link to that reply

http://forum.doityourself.com/showth...248#post401248
 
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Old 03-06-03, 04:51 PM
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Thanks!!

Thanks Awesomedell, I saw it in the other forum.
 
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