Add-on sink undercoating


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Old 10-02-07, 08:18 AM
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Add-on sink undercoating

Got a cool restaurant sink for the kitchen, but it doesn't have the sound-deadening insulation that residential stainless sinks typically have. Someone recommended automobile rubberized undercoating spray, but I thought, "not intended for use indoors, it's gonna stink" (even after it dries). Also, might not be too effective. Thought of dynamat, but it costs $$$$$! Any hints?
 
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Old 10-03-07, 04:47 AM
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Buy tool box drawer liners and use either spray adhesive or 3M trim adhesive to attach several squares to the bottom and sides. You don't have to completely cover the bottom. All you are looking for is sound deadening, and these squares will absorb most of it. The spray undercoating is basically a tar product, but there are items such as trunk liner spray that hardens and has no lingering smell. May be good to use, too.
 
 

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