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Old 04-13-2015, 11:05 AM   #1
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Location: Denver
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Year: 1982
Coachwork: Blue Bird
Chassis: International S1800
Engine: DT466 Trans: MT643
Rated Cap: 65
Radient Barrier/Reflective Insulation Over Spray Foam?

Hey everyone, I just got my bus spray-foamed over the weekend and it's amazing in there but I have a question.

I have about 400 sq. feet of Reflectix insulation around that I was going to put over the ceiling and walls to act as a vapor and radiant barrier to keep heat IN the bus during cold weather months. I do know that having the foil-faced stuff behind walls and ceilings might not be so effective, so Im asking you guys:
Would you put this stuff up over the spray foam (before the walls and ceiling) or just leave it off and go right over the spray-foamed walls?

This is the stuff:
Reflectix® Insulation - Reflective Insulation - Ace Hardware
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