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KustomKreeps 49 Hudson - Discussion

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There is some comments on here about using dry ice to freeze the underseal and then chipping it off.  I haven't tried it myself.

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What Terry said.

 

I didn't have to with mine but plenty of people have done it with great success.  Dry ice in bag, move it around floor, chip off, etc.  

There's a guy down here in Invers that's good for upholstery but you can likely find someone closer?

Hemi @ Arrow Upholstery, pretty sure he just cranks away at it by himself, nice dude and does a good job by all accounts.  There's usually something interesting in his tiny shop, I took one of the truck seats there to be re-done for the boss and there was a Riviera of 60's vintage sitting there with him beside it pedaling away on his machine.

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Just make sure that if you use the dry ice method, it's beneficial to put it in a bag as above, THEN put it on the sound deadener you wish to remove. That way, it helps with cleanup (ie. there is no cleanup of dry ice pellets).

However it's not as effective on underseal as it is on interior sound deadener.

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Hey thanks for the tips.

Where do you get dry ice from?

 

Think i will maybe petrol and some elbow grease.

 

Thanks for the upholstery lead

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BOC for Dry Ice.

AKA Frozen Carbon Dioxide.

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