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#6378918 - 07/22/16 03:28 PM Blind Insulation
taylormade820 Online   content
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Has anyone had any luck with insulating their deer blinds? If so what have you used?

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#6378990 - 07/22/16 04:36 PM Re: Blind Insulation [Re: taylormade820]
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Pink insulation board from Home Depot. Helps to cut down the noise as well.
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#6379100 - 07/22/16 06:30 PM Re: Blind Insulation [Re: taylormade820]
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Habitat for Humanity ReStore always has carpet squares out of old office spaces. Last wek I bought a pile of 3'x3' squares, enough to insulate two blinds for $45. Its short carpet and well padded. I tested them and a 9/16 staple will hang them on the wall. Should fit the bill.


Edited by QuackerJacks (07/22/16 06:30 PM)

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#6379322 - 07/22/16 09:25 PM Re: Blind Insulation [Re: QuackerJacks]
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Originally Posted By: QuackerJacks
Habitat for Humanity ReStore always has carpet squares out of old office spaces. Last wek I bought a pile of 3'x3' squares, enough to insulate two blinds for $45. Its short carpet and well padded. I tested them and a 9/16 staple will hang them on the wall. Should fit the bill.



Had great luck with this as well up
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#6379770 - 07/23/16 11:54 AM Re: Blind Insulation [Re: taylormade820]
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Closed cell spray foam insulation. Waterproof, no insect problems, no condensation, and your body heat will keep it pretty nice in there a heater will run you out of there. Any kind of insulation board bugs will get behind.

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#6379845 - 07/23/16 01:08 PM Re: Blind Insulation [Re: taylormade820]
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The insulation board glued to the walls and use a good caulking around the exposed edges will seal it off. Make sure exterior is sealed off at all areas also.
The carpet on walls also glue on and seal edges.

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#6380058 - 07/23/16 04:56 PM Re: Blind Insulation [Re: taylormade820]
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Thanks guys. I ended up going with the pink foam board insulation from home depot


Edited by taylormade820 (07/23/16 04:56 PM)

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#6380202 - 07/23/16 07:20 PM Re: Blind Insulation [Re: taylormade820]
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post pics when its done

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#6380340 - 07/23/16 09:52 PM Re: Blind Insulation [Re: taylormade820]
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Loc: Abilene or on the road...
We used carpet remnants from Habitat.
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