Under-Carpet Padding that Isn't a Sponge

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Re: Under-Carpet Padding that Isn't a Sponge

Postby Coniston » Thu Jul 12, 2018 8:29 am

Never followed through. I chucked the padding from the Rangie and will have to figure something new out in the rebuild...
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Re: Under-Carpet Padding that Isn't a Sponge

Postby 80-One » Mon Aug 20, 2018 7:10 pm

Use 1/2" black Armaflex sheet. It's closed cell so doesn't act as a sponge. Easy to cut/fit and dry when/if it gets wet. Can normally be found at a good plumbing supply store/warehouse. One sheet can normal do the front and back foot wells.

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Re: Under-Carpet Padding that Isn't a Sponge

Postby Coniston » Wed Sep 12, 2018 3:29 pm

Gonna try and find that. My new RRC from Atlanta, though generally solid, has some surface rust under the carpets from this shit. No perforation, but still. Ugh.

Since it's so damp here lately, first goal is to pull that out.
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