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April 11, 2013

Al’s Liner Heat and Noise Reducer Keeps Vehicle Interiors Cool in the Summer and Warm in the Winter

If you're looking to insulate your vintage Ford to keep heat and noise out then check out the new HNR from Al's Liner. More info follows below.

Al's Liner Heat and Noise Reducer (HNR) produces a comfortable atmosphere in street rod, muscle car, and other performance vehicle interiors. HNR can be applied to the firewall, as well as interior roof, walls and floor to reflect exterior temperatures by 45°F or more. The coating can withstand temperatures up to 500°F. Al's HNR is a proprietary blend of latex synthetic polymers, acrylic, PVA and vinyl styrene that’s reinforced with ceramic micro spheres to provide incredible insulation, heat reflection and sound deadening properties. HNR is produced from recycled materials. The coating can be used on virtually any substrate with minimal preparation, and works just like latex paint. It can be applied with a brush, roller or spray guns including the Al's Texture/Spray Gun, HVLP guns with a 3mm spray nozzle, and undercoating guns. For the ultimate interior heat reducer and sound deadener or undercoating, apply the recommended base coat of Al's HNR and top coat with Al's Liner DIY Truck Bed Liner.

More information is available at http://www.alsliner.com/alsHNR.

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