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UltraTouch 16 in. x 48 in. Denim Insulation Multi-Purpose Roll (6-Pack)
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UltraTouch

16 in. x 48 in. Denim Insulation Multi-Purpose Roll (6-Pack)

  • Multipurpose insulation
  • Easy to work with, no itch
  • Wide variety of uses
$36.00 /case

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For an easy to use insulation product, try the UltraTouch Denim Insulation Multi-Purpose Roll. It can be used in many ways, just cut or tear to size to accomplish small insulating jobs or craft projects. Manufactured from recycled cotton fibers, the UltraTouch Denim Insulation Multi-Purpose Roll is the safe and sustainable choice.

  • Manufactured from 100% recycled denim
  • Non-itch material allows for easy and satisfying installation
  • Superior thermal and acoustical performance
  • Lots of uses around the home, ranging from sealing areas around doorways and windows to sealing gaps around air conditioning units
  • R6.7 for energy saving performance

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Can you tell me if I can use this for the garage wall's

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Yes, you can use this product the same way you would use fiberglass insulation in a wall.
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Definitely. This is the perfect insulation for a garage. The room where I put this insulation has no heat source or air-conditioner vents, much like a garage.
I have felt a 15-degree improvement in the temperature in both winter and summer months. So, the room is 15-degrees warmer than it used to be in winter, and 15-degrees cooler in the summer from BEFORE the insulation was installed.
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Definitely. This is the perfect insulation for a garage. The room where I put this insulation has no heat source or air-conditioner vents, much like a garage.
I have felt a 15-degree improvement in the temperature in both winter and summer months. So, the room is 15-degrees warmer than it used to be in winter, and 15-degrees cooler in the summer from BEFORE the insulation was installed.
I only used 1-layer so it's considered an R-8 insulation value. You could double up the layers and get more protection, if needed. I didn't need any protective clothing or eye-wear when I handled it. Read Less
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May 13, 2016
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Yes, you can use this for garage walls.
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Any suggestions for how to affix to a vertical piece of plywood?

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I am making a few standing (moveable)panels to reduce sound transmission beyond the end of the basement "club." I'm trying to decide between contact adhesive vs. some system with screws; any suggestions based in experience with the product would be appreciated!
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September 27, 2016
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Thanks for the input, I tried both washers on screws, and spray-on contact cement adhesive. The contact cement worked beautifully and was quick and easy to use. The insulation has stayed on the vertical sheet of plywood that I use as a sound barrier for nearly a year now with no sign of any loosening or falling off (with contact adhesive only). Works great as a makeshift noise reducer on the deck or in Read More
Thanks for the input, I tried both washers on screws, and spray-on contact cement adhesive. The contact cement worked beautifully and was quick and easy to use. The insulation has stayed on the vertical sheet of plywood that I use as a sound barrier for nearly a year now with no sign of any loosening or falling off (with contact adhesive only). Works great as a makeshift noise reducer on the deck or in the basement when I have parties!! Read Less
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This product is not dense enough to be held in place with adhesive or fasteners, Nor wood it improve sound isolation when applied to a surface. This product is intended to be used between two layers of drywall for wood sheathing to reduce resonance within the cavity and thus improved noise isolation. If you build your panels out of two layers similar to a 2x4 stud wall then you can use this in between Read More
This product is not dense enough to be held in place with adhesive or fasteners, Nor wood it improve sound isolation when applied to a surface. This product is intended to be used between two layers of drywall for wood sheathing to reduce resonance within the cavity and thus improved noise isolation. If you build your panels out of two layers similar to a 2x4 stud wall then you can use this in between the layers. A good rule of thumb is that if your barrier between spaces isn't watertight then it isn't sound tight -that includes doors. A single panel would only be effective at blocking high frequency sounds when standing directly behind the panel.
If you are looking to absorb sound within the room then this product could be used when applied inside wood frames with a porous fabric covering to make an inexpensive sound absorber. But keep in mind that sound absorbers don't necessarily block noise but just reduce reflections. Read Less
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Try cutting some 1 to 2 inch square pieces of stiff cardboard like from a cereal box
and staple thru the cardboard with a 9/16th staple. The cardboard acts like a washer
to keep the insulation from tearing thru.
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Can I easily use this in the basement ceiling? I need to absorb sound between the upstairs bedroom & the basement bedroom. Thank you

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It will definitely help with sound absorption; even more if you double the thickness. As for easy installation, that depends on what type of ceiling you have (is it a dropped ceiling or the joists are showing and you then need to install drywall to keep the insulation from falling down), how much help you have (as in how many hands), and how proficient you are.
The product itselft is great.... it Read More
It will definitely help with sound absorption; even more if you double the thickness. As for easy installation, that depends on what type of ceiling you have (is it a dropped ceiling or the joists are showing and you then need to install drywall to keep the insulation from falling down), how much help you have (as in how many hands), and how proficient you are.
The product itselft is great.... it rolls out into a single sheet and can be easily cut to size without any irritation to eyes or skin. Read Less
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The insulation can be used in a basement ceiling.
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window air conditioner

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I am thinking of putting my window air condition on a shelf and have it there all year. I live in PA so we get plenty of snow. I rent so I want something that is easy to remove. I am looking for a high R value product to pack around the air conditioner. Is this a good option or is there something better?
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You will want a product that includes a vapor barrier. There is a Radiant Barrier product sold here using the similar denim based insulation that I use over windows to mitigate both heat and cold transfer.
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. there is no insulation for the window air conditioner to wrap it with. We see to use a window Air conditioner in the home you would have to have it vented out side as well. We have found some portable units that are made to use in the home . If you would just copy and paste this link in your search line on your computer Read More
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. there is no insulation for the window air conditioner to wrap it with. We see to use a window Air conditioner in the home you would have to have it vented out side as well. We have found some portable units that are made to use in the home . If you would just copy and paste this link in your search line on your computer (http://www.homedepot.com/b/Heating-Venting-Cooling-Air-Conditioners-Coolers-Air-Conditioners-Portable-Air-Conditioners/N-5yc1vZc4m4?redirect=true&NCNI-5&searchRedirect=portable+air+conditioner&semanticToken=1004+++%3E+++portable+air+conditioner+%7Bcategory%7D+) They are designed to use in the home. We hope this helps with your project. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot. Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 74 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by No more tenant complaints! Easy to install. Haven't heard from the picky tenant since I put this stuff in the wall between the laundry room and his apartment! August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great damping material for speaker enclosures. I've used this denim insulation for a lot of my speaker cabinets, and this stuff works pretty well. You have to be creative at cutting the material to size. Other than that, no complaints. Definitely work nicely for my Volt-6 coaxials I assembled. :) December 8, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good product Easy to install and irritation free. Bugs and Rodents don't like it either August 17, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works well in a dead vent systen I used this is a recording/practice studio dead vent for sound isolation. I was a little worried about fibers blowing out - but so far I haven't detected any (besides the initial loose junk when I first turned on the in-line fan). This application used 12 bags. After a few attempts at cutting using various things, I ended up using a sharp carving knife to first cut it in half (while it was still in the bag). For small cuts/shaping/etc you can just tear it by hand. Soft and fluffy, no lint or air particles/fibers for the most part (unlike fiberglass bats). I was surprised at how well this system works for moving air and reducing sound transmission between the adjoining room. July 26, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great stuff It was easy to use and no itching like Fiberglas installation. July 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great product for my application I am converting an old Toyota Sienna into a 1 man camper. I removed the back panels and stuffed this product into every hollow space and there are plenty. No itch and easy to work with. Price was reasonable. I did have to special order it. Not sure why it's not stocked. I will be buying more as the project progresses. July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect for mini van insulation I'm converting an old Sienna van to a 1 person dry camper. I pulled all the side/door panels and stuffed this everywhere. No itch but some dust. It works great and I will probably be getting more. As. A side note, if I was purchasing a new van I would pull all the panels and add this. There was almost no factory insulation in my van. June 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great stuff for sound abosorption I loved working it! Super soft and sucks up the sound. June 24, 2016
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