Yes , they are not fiberglass, environment friendly, this insulation would be a great choice for that reason.
It will work but it is felt like material and will absorb water from condensation when you run the A/C. You would be better off using fiberglass. The best would be thin styrofoam panels with a reflective layer on the outside. A few screws and the metal foil tape and you are done.
It would be wise to contact Home Depot to accertain what the actual R Value rating is for this product. I use it for sound deadening and some insulation value. Depending on your location should be helpful in your decision of application. Looking for straight insulation, not so much for Alaska, Florida maybe. You may also consider styrofoam sheathing in different density and thickness cut to apply snuggly between trusses/rafters.
Dear Paul: This product will provide almost no benefit -- just R-1.4, because it is so thin. If your heat radiator is steam or water based (NOT ELECTRIC) then polyisocyanurate foam board is the best option, available from Home Depot in 1/" to 2" thicknesses. Install the thickest possible piece on each side. You can use foam board-compatible glue to hold them in place. See: Locktite PL300 Model # 1421941, Home Depot Internet #202020476, UPC Code # 079340686502 Store SKU #780400 If your radiators are installed on an external wall, the most important space is the back side. In-wall recessed hydronic radiators were often installed with zero insulation. This means that the radiator is 'fighting' the cold outside all winter long, and you are paying the bill for the battle. You can probably cobble together a solid piece in the back, pushing one small piece after another under or over the radiator. I hope this is helpful. Mark
Throw it in the trash, its cotton and reflective barrier.
Yes it does. Foil on the outside. The kitties will probably scratch it up so you may want to put something around it like plexiglass. I don't think it would be something they may eat, and I don't think it is toxic, it's like carpet padding.
Dear Dave: I have a Finn background and am familiar with saunas. In short, the answer is 'No' for Ultratouch. First, it is so thin than it delivers very little insulation -- just R-1.4. Second, the backing is cotton which will absorb and hold moisture, which will lead to rot and mold. The best insulation for a sauna is rock wool, which delivers R-4.1 per inch of thickness, is fire resistant and does not absorb moisture. The walls, ceiling and floor bays should all be filled with rock wool, then covered with paneling made from Scandinavian or Canadian spruce, aspen or cedar, because they do not contain much resin. Use stainless steel fasteners. No metal fasteners should be exposed on the surface. Home Depot carries all of these products. You will need to order the tongue-and-groove paneling in particular wood species from your Home Depot Customer Service or Pro Desk. They carry a much wider range of building products than what is displayed on retail store shelves, and will delivery quickly to your store or home / job site. I hope this is helpf, and best of luck with your sauna project! Kiitos Mark