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Reflectix Insulation

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  • longhunter
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    Originally posted by Omegaman View Post
    We used it to go under the mattresses in our pop up camper and it made a huge difference on how warm we stayed in the fall.
    Will have to try that, I'm sure my better half will appreciate it.

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  • RICHFL
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    Has anyone wrapped a hot water heater with it? It is very cheap compared to the blankets they sell to cover a hot water heater.

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  • countryboy6685
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    I have used it in several buildings that I have built on ly property also have used it to insulate my dog house and to cover over a window in y garage to keep heat and light out . I have been very happy with it and hope to buy a few rolls to put up .
    Robert W

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  • jbirckh1
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    How durable is it?

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  • Diesel
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    Great stuff for sure and endless uses

    Here is their FAQ about uses, values and properties etc http://www.reflectixinc.com/basepage...etheAdvantages...

    Here are the Specs
    R-Values range from R-3.7 to R-17
    R-Values depend on application
    Class A/ class 1 fire rating
    Inhibits condensation
    No mess - no itchy fibers
    Aides in controlling mold and mildew
    Environmentally safe
    Durable and lightweight
    Does not promote nesting for rodents and pests
    Additional applications include wall and roof structures in metal and post frame buildings
    MFG Brand Name : Reflectix

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  • Comanchesniper
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    I am going to make the pot cozies. I love the Maddy the Goose channel on youtube. This guy makes outdoors look easy as he solo paddles the algoquin wilderness in his canoe with his dog and portages 19 different lakes.

    He uses the cozies made from this insulation. I would take whatever this guy does as gospel.

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  • Wingman115
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    I've made a ton of cozy's out of it. It works great!

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  • maric
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    This is really handy to know! Thanks!

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  • Echo2
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    Originally posted by Omegaman View Post
    We used it to go under the mattresses in our pop up camper and it made a huge difference on how warm we stayed in the fall.
    Great idea....:)

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  • Omegaman
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    We used it to go under the mattresses in our pop up camper and it made a huge difference on how warm we stayed in the fall.

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  • Domdabears
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    Nice info. I wouldn't mind having a roll.

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  • coxmw
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    Good stuff, I used it on my chicken coop and dog house but never thought of making pot warmers and things.. Thinks for the info.

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  • Iron mike
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    They use this stuff on the ship as well or a vervion of it (knowing this place a very cheap version)I think i will play around with it as well

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  • PT945
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    Good useful ideas. Thanks.

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  • Snow Walker
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    Originally posted by Echo2 View Post
    it's some neat stuff.....I've seen coolers lined with it too...
    Now there's a really good idea! Thanks

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