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DIY - Spray on Ceramic Insulation

This may have been posted here before, and I'm sorry if it has, but I searched and couldn't find it, so since I think its a good solution for you guys that have older jeeps that put off a lot of heat, i thought i would post it.

I saw this on the Outdoor Channel on a show called World of Trucks. This is a DIY spray on ceramic insulation that dramatically reduces heat transfer. They had a flat griddle that had this stuff sprayed on one side and when they placed an ice cube on the treated portion and the non-treated portion, the ice on the un-treated portion started to melt instantly while the ice on the treated portion was doing little to nothing. I could see this being a big improvement on floor pans and firewalls of the older jeeps to make it more comfortable on the occupants. Once again, sorry if this is old news, its new to me

Lizardskin Ceramic Insulation and Sound Control Spray-on Formula

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