FatMat on Roof????
Has anyone tried using the FatMat or the Peel & Seal from Lowes on a roof? If you have, have there been any problems with it not sticking in hot weather?
I have researched the subject to death and have read numerous threads concerning insulating the floors, firewall, and roof with items like DynaMat, FatMat, and Peel & Seal. Needless to say I am more educated but still have not made up my mind. I am definitely going to put down a few layers of the Hy-Tech SC#1000 ceramic insulating paint. But I was also thinking of using the items like FatMat to further aid in reducing the metal drum sound of the larger panels like the roof. Then for final heat protection I was planning on the 1/2 inch DynaLiner on the firewall and roof, the 1/8 inch DynaLiner on door panels and kick panels, and the DynaPad on the floor.
My biggest concern is using the items like FatMat or Peel & Seal on the roof and having it let loose on a hot summer day in Southern Missouri, currently in the upper 90's to low 100's. So does anyone have any experience with these products on your roof in extreme temperatures?