Green Glue's Green Glue

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Green Glue is a viscoelastic compound used between layers of standard drywall to ensure best-in-class soundproofing

September 01, 2009

Green Glue is a viscoelastic compound used between layers of standard drywall to ensure best-in-class soundproofing at the lowest cost, so it won't matter to your homeowners if a jam band lives across the street. Green Glue dramatically improves sound isolation and significantly lessens impact noise and structure-borne sound transmission. It has extremely low VOC levels, is non toxic and cleans up with soap and water. For FREE information, visit http://pb.hotims.com/23726-327

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