So where would one aquire this type of velcro?Here's how I do it using MLV, CCF, vinyl cement and Velcro strips. The Velcro strips need to use a high temperature acrylic PSA. Standard hardware store Velcro strips are NOT compatible with vinyl.
Cut the MLV to fit
Remove the release film from one side of the Velcro strips and attach to the MLV. I use 1 2" square for each 1.5 of MLV area.
Remove the release film from the other side and press into place. Carefully unhook the Velcro and remove the MLV. Press the Velcro halves down to each surface to make sure they are tightly bonded.
Lay the MLV down with the Velcro facing up. Lay the CCF on top and mark the edges of the Velcro. Cut out windows for the Velcro to show through.
Tack the CCF to the MLV use vinyl contact cement
Rehang the MLV and you're done
That's the ideal. Some vehicles have very complicated interfaces between the trim panel and inner skin that makes the whole thing impossible or extremely difficult. Others have varying amounts of space to work with. There are many advantages to placing the barrier layers on the inner skin, so that's always my first choice.Now that makes sense. Thank you. I do have another question though; from what I understand use tiles on the metal of the door as your first layer, then use the ccf under the mlv? Should you put another layer of ccf between the mlv and the door panel?