02:21PM | 01/27/03
Member Since: 11/17/02
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1. Are spray on radiant barriers effective inside the attic (sprayed on attic ceiling)? Are there any websites that I can review tests that have been performed on theses materials? I would prefer one that doesn't contain harsh chemicals / VOC's) Also, can I use this material on knee walls (I would place the insulation OVER the spray-on radiant barrier to prevent moisture penetrating the fiberglass batts. I guess what I'm thinking of is using the spray on barrier material as both a vapor barrier and a radiant barrier.

2. I want to seal the spaces in my attic where the drywall crown meets the attic as well as some knee wall areas. Is there a spray that I can use with an airless sprayer that will seal small (1/8 inch) crevices? Refering to #1 above is there a radiant barrier spray that will do both jobs.




01:10PM | 01/28/03
Member Since: 06/03/01
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Rich, here is one I've looked at but have not tried:

This is an additive that you add to paint and should work.


10:46AM | 10/13/03
Member Since: 10/12/03
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I found this action by the FTC against a company marketing insulative ceramic paint products... makes me wonder whether this stuff is all hype:

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