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Automotive Felts

Our range of automotive felts are mainly sold through specialist motor trimmers supplying the ever expanding market for classic car enthusiasts who want authentic retro fit parts for their car refurbishment project.

Combining authentic raw materials (such as jute) with traditional production techniques, our felts are renowned for their sound absorption properties providing great acoustic and insulation performance.

But we also want to make them easy to use and handle and with this in mind, we offer adhesive backing with release paper for easy application and our bonded felt range is light and easy to cut for a dust free sharp edge.

All our products are tested to FMVSS 302 and meet that standard for flame retardancy.

We are members of SEDEX and have completed the self-assessment questionnaire to comply with that standard.

We are members of the MSDS data portal and can register your product with this European wide system if required.

Classic Jute Automotive Felt

Product description This product is designed for use in automotive refurbishment. It provides excellent sound and heat insulation.

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Jute Felt with damp proof layer

Product description This product is designed for use in automotive refurbishment. It provides excellent sound and heat insulation. The product is coated with hard wearing latex compound to provide abrasion resistance.

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Sound dampening automotive felt

Product description This adhesive backed heavy-weight felt, made entirely from recycled fibres, provides cost effective sound insulation.

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Light easy to cut automotive felt

Product description Designed for easy handling and manufactured entirely from recycled fibre from virgin wool rich carpet offcuts.

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Dust free automotive felt

Product description Designed for easy handling and manufactured entirely from recycled fibres.

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