Insulate the boot

What is the problem?
Sounds coming from the exhaust and the rolling of the tires come through the bottom plate of the boot. The relatively light steel, especially where the spare wheel is located, is set in motion and audible in the vehicle. The boot is connected to the wheel arches and is therefore insulated with the same product.

What is the solution
Insulating the boot floor is fairly easy; equipped with anti-drumming mats of the heaviest type as much as possible. Degrease and clean the surface thoroughly and apply Vibraflex Extreme or STP Aero Bomb, as much as possible. For extra insulation, provide the boot with a new insulating mat, the Isomat VM, a floor mat that both dresses up the interior and provides extra insulation.

You therefore apply these products to the floor of the boot and in particular the pit where the spare wheel is located. All these materials are mounted inside the vehicle, not on the outside! All anti-drumming products are self-adhesive and can be cut to size with scissors or hobby knife. The Isomat VM is not self-adhesive.

Below you will find all described products for insulating the boot

  1. Vibraflex Ontdreuning set
    Sound deadener sheets
    • Bitumen board with added mass
    • Sound deadening and sound insulation
    • High mass and self-adhesive

    Starting at £30.77

    (incl. tax)
  2. Isomat VM | Vloermat
    Isomat FM
    Sound-insulating floor mat
    • Plastic sheet with a resilient layer of PVC foam
    • Sound insulating
    • Suitable as a floor mat in, among other things, campers, trucks, tractors

    Starting at £60.24

    (incl. tax)
  3. Pressure roller
    Pressure roller
    For pressing anti-drumming plates in place
    • For installing sound-baffling panels
    • Prevents air bubbles
    • Non-slip handle

    Starting at £20.38

    (incl. tax)