Boxer Studio XL Sound Dampening Studio Blanket Grommeted Curtain 80"x 96" Multipurpose Acoustic Blanket, Light Prevention, Moving Blanket, General Indoor/Outdoor Use
This XL universal sound dampening blanket comes with grommets on the 80" side to easily secure the blanket wherever you like. It covers 80" long and 96" wide, giving you full coverage to conceal your equipment or dampen noise. Great for absorbing sound, floor protection, and general protection use. Easily hang the blanket by the loops or grommets to your wall to dampen sound.
The blanket is constructed from a strong and durable recycled quilted fiber, constructed to conceal and secure your load while in transit. Whether it's moving furniture, blocking out light, sound dampening, or more, this blanket is versatile for many uses. This blanket can be machine washable. We recommend hang drying the blanket for best results.
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Also, meant to share some knowledge that I aquirred along the way while researching how best to sound-proof a shared wall, and it is regarding the hanging of the sound dampening studio blankets. The following method is actually supposed to improve the sound dampening by up to 30%. I'm hanging the blankets (2), overlapping at the center of the wall (approx. 10' wide x 8' tall), so that the first grommet of each blanket will be sharing a hook. They are going to be 2-3 inches away from the wall, rather than flush on the wall, and in a pleated formation. Also, instead of stopping at the end of the wall where there is a 90 degree angle to the adjoining wall, the blanket is extended to just past the beginning of the other wall, and in a curved formation, kind of cutting that angle off. So, keep on mind, you have to allow for the extra length to round the 2 corners of the wall, the overlap in the middle (so that there is no break in the barrier, and the pleating. I'm using two of the 80" x 96" blankets....
the length is perfect! I needed to cover 120" across....with the extra needed, it looks like 160" is just about right....maybe a little generous. But that's much better than it being short, because the sound would just find it's way through and all would be for not! And again, theses techniques are supposed to improve the sound barrier capabilities of the blankets by up to 30%!
Much thicker and heavier than I expected! I don't have them completely hung yet, as I had to get some more butterfly ceiling hooks to be able to support them. I'm only trying to sound-proof one wall, the one that is shared with the neighbor in the apartment next door. She likes to bang on the wall when our noise is too much or too late for her. Crossing my fingers that this does the trick so I don't get kicked out! We will see....