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    What is it for anyway?

    I am talking about the plastic lining in the door when you remove the door pannels. I am thinking about ripping it off and putting dynamat on the door. Is this going to let water in or something?

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    Re: What is it for anyway?

    Originally posted by Stealththx
    I am talking about the plastic lining in the door when you remove the door pannels. I am thinking about ripping it off and putting dynamat on the door. Is this going to let water in or something?
    Yeah it keeps water out.
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    water and water vapor. poly sheeting like that works as a great vapor barrier.

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    if you use the dynamat extreme with metal foil, that will work as a vapor barrier also. not sure how just plain dynamat will work. i would assume it would work ok also, it seems to be a tar based product.
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