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now i understand i have to treat the screen wall, do i have to treat it behind too? or just side of it. should i use 1 or 2 inches thick? and finally what kind of fabric should i use? what is the breath test? its been few months i'm reading and reading, i have come to understand a few things here and there. where should i use diffuser?
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what is GOM? batting and insushield? english is not my first language and would like to understand what fabric should i use!
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Derrière le mur d'écran:
- Deux 1 "couches de revêtement InsulShield Noire. Installer 3mil feuilles en poly (plastique) entre les couches.
- GOM est Guilford du Maine. Typiquement Guilford of Maine FR701 type de tissu.
- «batting» fait référence Ã* ouate de polyester, généralement vous trouverez cette utilisés pour faire des courtepointes.
- InsulShield est un produit isolants Johns Manville, qui est (a) noir et (b) revêtu pour lui permettre d'être exposés Ã* l'air libre.

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Behind the screen wall:
- Two 1" layers of coated InsulShield Black. Install 3mil poly sheeting between the layers.
- GOM is Guilford of Maine. Typically Guilford of Maine FR701 type fabric.
- "batting" refers to polyester batting, typically you'll find this used to make quilts.
- InsulShield is a Johns Manville insulation product which is (a) black and (b) coated to allow it to be exposed to free air.

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