DynaMat msds caution do not eat

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    Upon research I discovered that dynamat is made w similar materials as peel and seal flashing. One should handle dynamat in the cautious manner that one would handle the poisonous flashing. Here's the msds for the
    Dynamat. http://www.rblproducts.com/msds/Dynamat.pdf
    Here's the msds for peel and seal http://www.mfmbp.com/doc/MSDS Sheet - Self-Adhering Products 04-01-14.pdf
    Both contain asphalt but neither have been found to be carcinogens, how every they don't recommend eating or setting it on fire and breathing them.


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    I'll try my best, no matter how tempting it is, to not eat dynamat.
     
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    It wouldn't have been such a big deal if there wasn't such of a bombardment from kool and the gang calling me an idiot. One guy claims it's unsafe and and un-hip and then the rest agree because since he said it, it must be true. In the land of the blind the one eyed man is king.
    So if anyone is looking for a cheaper alternative to dynamat, it appears that the peel and seal is made from just about the same material. I wouldn't go crazy w the peel n seal nor would I w the dynamat either really) adding it everywhere and such. For instance, I wouldn't put it on the roof due to the off-chance that it might get too hot and melt, nor would I go all crazy and do the doors. One might do the floor pan, but if one was using the mass backed carpet I think one would have a hard time getting the carpet "snugged" down. The rubber backing is pretty thick with out an extra layer (dynamat/peel n seal) to contend with. When using the mass backed carpet there's not much seat bolt sticking out to get the nut on and the trim pieces don't snap down as they did before.
    I did the trunk because I was trying to minimize the exhaust drone on the highway. Well, it was cheap, it worked, and it hasn't killed me.
    Apologies accepted.

    Ps: I don't smell a thing.
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