What Materials Are Used for Car Soundproofing?

When it comes to car soundproofing, there are a few types of materials that can be used depending on your project and noise source. In this blog we will go over a few of the most popular!

Rubber

The advantage to using rubber for your car soundproofing project is that it transforms sound energy into heat, which can overall reduce its frequency. Rubber is also one of the easier materials to use for soundproofing as it can easily be installed. The disadvantage to using rubber for car soundproofing is that it can give off a bad odor as it heats up. Depending on the climate you use your vehicle in, rubber might not be the best choice for you if it is regularly hot. 

Spray

Spray is a great material to use for car soundproofing as it does not require any installation. All you need is a paint gun and compressor to apply it. You will often find it in aerosol tubes and it can be applied directly to the interior surfaces of your car that are responsible for the noise and vibrations.  

Foam

Foam is a great choice for car soundproofing because it disperses the energy and vibrations to create a better acoustic space for audio systems. It can also be applied to multiple areas of your vehicle, including interior surfaces and vehicle doors to get rid of noise. However, foam can absorb water, so precaution will need to be taken for this. 

Have more questions about car soundproofing and which material is best? Contact us to chat! We can help you pick the right product for your car soundproofing project!

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