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Green Glue Damping Compound Full Case - 12 Tubes

Green Glue Damping Noiseproofing Compound - 12 (29 oz.) tubes per case. Coverage of 192 sf when used one tube for each 4' x 4'.

Quantity discounts start at 2 cases and up, see below for details. 

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Price: $202.00
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2-4 Items $192.00
5-19 Items $182.00
20-39 Items $172.00
40-59 Items $162.00
60+ Items $157.00
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Special discounted pricing applied when ordering 2 cases or more, see below. Please add to cart for pricing (pricing special varies depending on quantity).

For full pallets of 60 cases or more, please contact us at 845-388-1200 or email sales@tmsoundproofing.com

Sold in cases of 12 (29oz.) tubes per case. Each Tube of Green Glue covers 16 square feet. One case is recommended for 192 square feet of coverage. All our cases are factory fresh sealed and ship within 1 business day from our facility. Each case comes with installation instructions (in English and Spanish) and data sheets. As one of the largest nationwide distributors of Green Glue, Trademark Soundproofing is your one stop shop for green glue. All our Green Glue is factory fresh with new stock delivered approximately every 2 weeks. We stock our Green Glue in the East and West Coast and ship with FedEx to ensure the fastest delivery time to all locations throught the United States.

Application is with a standard quart size caulking gun which are also available on our site (see Green Glue Installation Guide).

Not sure how much Green Glue you need? Check our Green Glue Calculator.

What is Green Glue:

Green Glue Noiseproofing Compound is used between two or more sheets of commonly specified building materials such as drywall, plywood, and OSB, to reduce the amount of sound transmission between two rooms. Typical applications are for wall, floor, and ceiling assemblies to reduce airborne and impact noise.

Advantages & Features of Green Glue:

  • Fast – Quickly applied with no measuring or troweling needed
  • Easy – Simple to dispense with no specific application pattern necessary
  • Neat - Soap and water cleanup (before drying)
  • Versatile – For use in new construction, remodels, and retrofits
  • Quality - Up to 10 times the performance of competitive products 
  • Proven – Leading manufacturer of soundproofing technologies
  • Trusted – Used by builders, contractors, architects, and DIYers
  • Multi-Purpose – For use in walls, ceilings, and floors in a variety of applications
  • Tested – Independently tested by Underwriters Laboratories for fire safety and environmental impact
  • Safe - Low V.O.C. (see "Product Data" Tab)
  • Pleasant - Low odor
  • Effective – Validated by third-party laboratory testing
  • Sustainable - Can help achieve LEED Certification (see "Product Data" Tab)

Limitations of Green Glue:

  • Must be used between two rigid layers e.g. drywall, plywood, OSB, MDF.
  • Not a sealant or adhesive, therefore fasteners are necessary.
  • Intended for interior use only.
  • Not to be used in conjunction with a construction adhesive.

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For larger projects, 5 Gallon Buckets of Green Glue can be cheaper.

Green Glue Data Sheets:

Click Here to View Green Glue Data and Comparison Test Sheet.

Click Here to View Green Glue Material Data Sheet.

Click Here to View Green Glue Data and Submittal Sheet.

Click Here to View Green Glue STC Ratings in Applications.

Click Here to View Green Glue vs. Mass Loaded Vinyl Testing.

Click Here to View Glue Glue LEED Report.

See also Product Description Tab for more information.

Click here for a printable copy of our Green Glue Installation Guide. See also a video tutorial under 'Video' tab.

Green Glue installation is fast and dispenses with very little effort. No measuring or troweling is necessary.Use a standard (32oz) quart size caulk gun to apply. Green Glue will not flow off the board during installation. Application time is about 20-30 seconds per tube. It is not necessary to have complete coverage to obtain excellent results.

Important Application Tips:

Green Glue is Sticky: There is nothing harmful about Green Glue, but it is important to warn your installers that it can be tough to clean up, especially after it has dried. Take precautions such as drop cloths and latex gloves when using Green Glue. Take care to remove the Green Glue from unwanted surfaces before it dries. Products that clean well are Avon Skin So Soft Bath Oil©, as well as citrus based solvents and cleaners such as Goof-Off©.

Green Glue Smell: Green Glue has a very slight smell. In the same way that you can smell paint while you are painting a room, you will be able to smell Green Glue as you are applying it. Most installers aren’t bothered by the smell, but it is nevertheless important to keep the room well ventilated to prevent a build-up of smell. Cold temperatures or high humidity will slow drying. Smell will not linger on furniture, clothing or carpeting. Like paint, once dry, the smell will fade. Keep the spent tubes in a plastic bag and remove them regularly.

Recommended Green Glue Coverage: The ideal coverage should be uniform throughout the sheet using 2 tubes. Applying 1 tube of Green Glue per 4’ x 8’ sheet will deliver about 70% of the performance of 2 tubes. Three tubes is optimal per 4’ x 8’ sheet will improve low-frequency performance around the primary resonance. We do not recommend using more than 3 tubes per sheet. If you use too much Green Glue, performance will decline.

Click here to calculate how much Green Glue you need.

Green Glue Drying Time: After applying Green Glue, do not let dry. Apply Green Glue within 15 minutes. Drywall sheets must be screwed together while the material is still wet. Allow Green Glue 30 days of drying time for optimal sound isolation performance. Because it needs to dry, Green Glue must be allowed 7 to 10 days drying time before sound isolation will start to improve. High humidity, cold temperatures and multiple drywall layers could slow the drying time considerably.

STEP 1:

Hang the first layer of drywall - After hanging the first layer of drywall, it is recommended that you seal the seams between sheets. This can be done with either acoustical sealant or drywall mud. If using acoustical sealant, take care not to use a bead so large that it protrudes outside the plane of the drywall, preventing the second layer from sitting flat. If speed is an issue, you can omit this step and seal the perimeter after the last sheet of drywall is installed.

STEP 2:

How to Install Green Glue - Figure 1Cut the end of the tube as shown in top left image.  Screw on separate nozzle and cut end leaving an opening of 3/8” or more. A larger tip opening can be used to speed application without concern for perfomance.

STEP 3:

How to Install Green Glue - Figure 2How to Install Green Glue - Figure 3Apply Green Glue to the second sheet of drywall on a clean, flat surface. Placing the drywall on saw horses will help prevent the board from getting damaged or dirty from laying it on the floor.

Apply the glue in large beads in a random pattern across the entire board.

Leave a 2-3” border with no Green Glue around the edge of the board. This will allow for better handling of the board.

Use 2 tubes per 4’x8’ sheet. (1 tube gives about 70% of the benefit of 2 tubes).

STEP 4:

How to Install Green Glue - Figure 4How to Install Green Glue - Figure 5How to Install Green Glue - Figure 6After applying Green Glue to the back of the second layer, raise the board into position, press the board against the wall or ceiling, and fasten in place using appropriate screws.

The Green Glue will squeeze into a thin layer (about 0.5 mm). The second layer must be hung and screwed within 15 minutes to prevent Green Glue from drying before it is in place.

Typical screw spacing is 16” oc for walls and 12” oc for ceilings, but be sure to follow all appropriate local building codes regarding screw type and spacing.

Use our Green Glue Noiseproofing Sealant to seal cracks and seams paying special attention to the crack where the drywall meets the floor as this doesn’t get taped and mudded.


DISCLAIMER: Because of the many installation variables beyond our control, Trademark Soundproofing shall not be liable for incidental and consequential damages, directly or indirectly sustained, nor for any loss caused by application of these goods not in accordance with current printed instructions or for other than the intended use. Our liability is expressly limited to replacement of defective goods. Please contact us should any problem arise.
Shipping and Return information is specific to this product page only (not for other products on our site).

Shipping:
  • Material is in stock and ships the same day from our East or West coast facility.
  • Shipping is FREE in the USA (excluding Alaska and Hawaii).
  • Ships FedEx Ground reaching most of the USA in 3 days.
  • Overnight and Express shipping is available. Please contact us at 845-388-1200.
  • Shipping Time varies. For more information see our Shipping Information page. 

Returns:

  • Product can be returned up to 60 days, if in brand new condition.
  • Partially used cases cannot be returned.
  • Please call or email us to receive an RMA number before returning. No returns will be processed without an RMA number.
  • We will deduct $12.00 per case on all returns to cover our original shipping cost.
  • Return shipping is customer's responsibility.
  • If you are shipping via USPS (not recommended) do NOT require signature as we will not be able to pick up your package from local post office facility.
  • Click here for more information on our Return Policy.


Green Glue Installation for Walls.

Green Glue Installation on a Sub-Floor New Construction.

Applying Green Glue to an Existing Ceiling

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pros
  • Effective (10)
  • Great Overall Soundproofing (8)
  • Versatile (6)
  • Absorbs Standing Waves (4)
  • Eliminates Flutter Echoes (3)
  • Easy To Apply (2)
  • Somewhat Effective (1)
  • Easy To Use (1)
  • Deadens Sound (1)
  • Amusing Lookers (1)
  • Mostly Good Soundproofing (1)
  • Visually Attractive (1)
  • Eassy To Apply (1)
  • Great Cost - Result Ratio (1)
  • Longlasting (1)
  • Ease (1)
  • Easy To Dispense (1)
  • Delivered Promptly (1)
cons
  • A Little "loose" (1)
  • Could Be Thicker (1)
  • Moderate Soundproofing (1)
  • Sticky If Not Careful (1)
  • Process A Bit Cumbersome (1)
best uses
  • Home Studio (7)
  • Amateur Recording (3)
  • Professional Recording (2)
  • Layering Over Existing (1)
  • Multi-unit Rentals (1)
  • Basement Walls And Ceilin (1)
  • Home Soundproofing (1)
  • Recording Booth (1)

Reviewed by 17 customers

Displaying reviews 1-17

By heavy hittin dude

from seattle, wa

Verified buyer
5.0
great company
02/03/15
pros
  • Great Overall Soundproofing
cons
best uses
  • Home Studio
  • Amateur Recording
Comments about Green Glue Damping Compound Full Case - 12 Tubes:
great product great company!! no problems whatsoever
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

By Jimbovt

from vermont

About Me Home Owner Retired Pro

Verified buyer
3.0
Sound reduction noticeable
02/03/15
pros
  • Effective
cons
best uses
Comments about Green Glue Damping Compound Full Case - 12 Tubes:
Good delivery, purchase experience, but did not perform as effectively as I was expected. I did not record db levels before and after.

By Plasterpastor

from Lancaster, PA

About Me Drywall Contractor

Verified buyer
4.0
Giving Parents Peace of Mind.
02/03/15
pros
  • Great Overall Soundproofing
  • Effective
  • Great Cost - Result Ratio
  • Versatile
cons
  • Process A Bit Cumbersome
best uses
  • Home Soundproofing
  • Home Studio
Comments about Green Glue Damping Compound Full Case - 12 Tubes:
I am writing this review about a specific project our drywall company took on using this product. Our customers home design laid out so that the parent's master bedroom wall was right up against their one young daughter's bedroom. As a loving couple, you can understand their concern about noise infiltration from their bedroom to their daughter's! We used Green Glue following the manufacturer's guidelines and the results were amazing. Our clients could make as much noise in their bedroom as they desired and it did not reach their daughter's room. I highly recommend this product.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

By Padman

from Washington, DC

About Me Automotive

Verified buyer
5.0
Quite Green Comfort
02/04/15
pros
  • Absorbs Standing Waves
  • Eassy To Apply
  • Effective
  • Eliminates Flutter Echoes
  • Great Overall Soundproofing
  • Longlasting
  • Versatile
  • Visually Attractive
cons
best uses
  • Basement Walls And Ceilin
  • Home Studio
Comments about Green Glue Damping Compound Full Case - 12 Tubes:
Simple to use with enduring results.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

By VMNYC

from New York, NY

Verified buyer
5.0
Incredible product
02/04/15
pros
  • Effective
  • Great Overall Soundproofing
cons
best uses
Comments about Green Glue Damping Compound Full Case - 12 Tubes:
This is an amazing product. I share a very thin wall with a neighbor in a NYC apartment building. I could listen to their conversations, their music, their TV shows. It was utterly annoying as I felt I had no privacy. Green glue was the cheapest and most efficient solution. I used Green Glue as explained, adding it to a second layer of dry wall. The result has been fantastic. I cannot listen to everyday noises from my neighbors' apartment. I gained privacy. It was totally worth the effort.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

By Johann

from Utah

About Me Homeowner

Verified buyer
5.0
The best bang for the buck
02/04/15
pros
  • Effective
  • Versatile
  • Great Overall Soundproofing
cons
best uses
  • Amateur Recording
  • Home Studio
  • Professional Recording
Comments about Green Glue Damping Compound Full Case - 12 Tubes:
Used this on a 2x6 wall between a media room and a bedroom, with R19 between. I only did double 5/8" sheetrock and Green Glue on one side of the wall (2 tubes per 8' sheet), but it did the trick! I can barely hear anything through the wall, including bass (though we don't crank it.) In my next project I would use this in even more places: along hallways, or even ceilings.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

By Monk

from New York

About Me Audio Engineer

Verified buyer
5.0
A key ingredient
03/12/15
pros
  • Ease
  • Effective
  • Great Overall Soundproofing
cons
best uses
  • Home Studio
  • Recording Booth
Comments about Green Glue Damping Compound Full Case - 12 Tubes:
Every recipe is different, some have sugar, some add salt, but each studio build I design has layers of drywall and Green Glue between those layers. The results are in the final mix. People can hear the difference as the room comes together. Construction is important, attention to detail is important, and the materials are important. Green Glue is one of those materials, that if you're going to do it right, you use Green Glue.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

By Abbey

from NY

Verified buyer
5.0
Works Great!
03/12/15
pros
  • Great Overall Soundproofing
cons
best uses
Comments about Green Glue Damping Compound Full Case - 12 Tubes:
I used it on the ceilings and all walls of the new bedroom I built in the basement. It is amazing how quiet it is. Guests sleeping there are always commenting how well they slept! Highly recommend. I also used fiberglass insulation in all walls and ceilings and the acoustical caulk to seal all edges.

By A Voice That Speaks To You!

from Seattle, WA

About Me Audiobook Narrator

Verified buyer
4.0
Green Glue Works Great for Home Studio!
03/12/15
pros
  • Absorbs Standing Waves
  • Effective
  • Eliminates Flutter Echoes
  • Great Overall Soundproofing
  • Versatile
cons
best uses
  • Amateur Recording
  • Home Studio
  • Professional Recording
Comments about Green Glue Damping Compound Full Case - 12 Tubes:
Living near Seattle, I've always had problems with external noises while recording. Especially long form narration. 'After reading an e-book from Paul Strikwerda, I built a home studio using Green Glue between sheets of wall board and was impressed with how quite my recording space became!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

By ssb1216

from Southern AZ

Verified buyer
5.0
happy
03/14/15
pros
  • Effective
cons
best uses
Comments about Green Glue Damping Compound Full Case - 12 Tubes:
I had a shared wall (10.5 ft x 9 ft) between two bedrooms that was hollow with 24" stud spacing and half-inch drywall. I filled the hollow space with 50 lbs of cellulose, and then added a green glue/another half-inch drywall layer on both sides of the wall. I am happy with the level of soundproofing for only a one-inch increase in wall thickness. A TV volume level of 10 could be increased to 30 with the same amount audible in the adjacent room. I commissioned the original drywall and painting vendors for the house, and it is impossible to tell that the wall is not original to the house.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

By Contractor Christopher

from Mill Vaslley, CA

About Me Building Contractor

Verified buyer
4.0
Worked as advertised
03/14/15
pros
  • Easy To Dispense
  • Delivered Promptly
cons
  • Sticky If Not Careful
best uses
Comments about Green Glue Damping Compound Full Case - 12 Tubes:
Good stuff. Made the client very happy. No measurements done, but with auto-deploy door bottoms and quality framing, sound isolation is excellent. The new construction including the Green Glue is by far the strong link in the chain. Strongly recommended.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

By The Renaissance Woman

from Ukiah, CA

About Me A Senior Citizen

Verified buyer
4.0
An Economical Way to Dampen Sounds
03/14/15
pros
  • Versatile
  • Mostly Good Soundproofing
  • Absorbs Standing Waves
  • Easy To Use
  • Effective
cons
best uses
  • Multi-unit Rentals
Comments about Green Glue Damping Compound Full Case - 12 Tubes:
Before installing the new carpet in a remodeled attic room in a vacated rental unit, I considered the complaints of the people living downstairs that they could hear everything that went on in that room. I considered all my options and decided that I get the biggest bang for my buck from using Green Glue. After purchasing an extra large caulking gun, and flooring sub-layment panels, the application was easy. The directions were clear and simple to follow. Since the panels had to be nailed into place within the setup time of the Green Glue, I rented a pneumatic nail gun. Once the sub-layment panels were all cut to size, my sons and I rapidly applied the Green Glue and nailed the panels into place. We installed the carpet the next day. The tenants downstairs no longer complain about sound, but I can still hear a little if I pay attention.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

By Jimbo9640

from lincoln, Vt

About Me Homeowner

Verified buyer
3.0
Noticeable difference
03/14/15
pros
  • Somewhat Effective
  • Eliminates Flutter Echoes
cons
  • Moderate Soundproofing
best uses
Comments about Green Glue Damping Compound Full Case - 12 Tubes:
Did not provide the amount of soundproofing I expected. It did reduce sound enough to notice, but to eliminate sound it should be used with a cleat system that separates ceiling from Joists.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

By kirk

from palm harbor Florida

Verified buyer
5.0
green glue
03/14/15
pros
cons
best uses
Comments about Green Glue Damping Compound Full Case - 12 Tubes:
This glue with the joist tape helped me solve a problem that had bothered a family for over ten years. Bravo
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

By Jerry

from Whitesboro, NY

About Me Professional Voice Talent

Verified buyer
4.0
Did the trick
03/15/15
pros
  • Versatile
  • Easy To Apply
  • Effective
  • Absorbs Standing Waves
cons
best uses
  • Home Studio
Comments about Green Glue Damping Compound Full Case - 12 Tubes:
When building my home studio I applied "Green Glue" between two sheets of 1/2 inch sheet rock as a sound damping treatment. While you can't expect it to remove all outside noise, it certainly did what it was supposed to do - reduce outside noise from penetrating through the sheet rock wall.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

By Frankie Boy

from Fort Lauderdale, FL.

About Me Diy Owner

Verified buyer
5.0
Real Eye Opener
03/15/15
pros
  • Easy To Apply
  • Deadens Sound
  • Amusing Lookers
cons
  • Could Be Thicker
  • A Little "loose"
best uses
  • Layering Over Existing
Comments about Green Glue Damping Compound Full Case - 12 Tubes:
We've used Green Glue many times, some in new construction, most often when we're adding new sheet rock over existing sheet rock. Not only do we get a new, smooth surface to work with, but the Green Glue seems to give the double layered wall a real substantial, sound absorbing quality. I always get amused looks from the rockers, I'm sure they think I'm nuts while I'm applying the Green Glue. Sometimes it gets a bit runny before they get a chance to hang it in place, and it is a bit tough to get off your hands if it runs. The end result usually surprises the subs. Perhaps chilling the tubes before application might help keep it on the boards while they're being hung.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

By j

from nyx

Verified buyer
5.0
i continue to buy this product
04/11/16
pros
cons
best uses
Comments about Green Glue Damping Compound Full Case - 12 Tubes:
great service great pricing
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Customers Questions and Answers

1) Eddy T: Hi, I'm looking for some information about green glue installation. Can I use green glue in-between the joists in an area with a heated floor? I usually install a layer of sheet rock with green glue in between the joists, and I'm working in a project where there will be a heated floor. I was wondering if it's safe to install green glue in that area? Thanks.

Trademark Soundproofing Reply: Good question. If there is a half inch of space between the heating element and the GG then it would work. Performance will be slightly less than standard application.

2) Eddy T: Well, I was referring to the green glue in direct contact to the sub-floor, and the heating element on top of the sub-floor. The sub-floor is 3/4". So, basically this is what I'm wondering if I can do: heating element over sub-floor, in between joists: green glue and 5/8 sheet rock in direct contact to sub floor, r19 insualtion. Thanks again.

Trademark Soundproofing Reply: Yes, that will work fine, the 3/4" subfloor is enough and as stated the GG will perform just slightly less than usual due the warmth.

3) Fr. Pachomius: Hello, I hope all is well. I would like to know what the difference is between 'Quietrock' and simply gluing 2 pieces of regular sheetrock together using greenglue. Thank you for taking the time to answer me. I appreciate it. ~ Fr. Pachomius

Trademark Soundproofing Reply:

Hi. That is a very common question we receive. In general terms they both work similarly by utilizing a damping compound between 2 rigid layers of drywall. There a few differences as follows.

  1. GG is a better damping compound than other compounds per the GG companies lab test (OL 08 0625/6 an 11 point STC difference over the 1/2" and 4 points over the 5/8" pre damped drywall. The thinner laminated products weigh less than an assembly of 2 layers of normal drywall with GG. This extra weight combined with the GG's excellent damping performance account for the difference). 
  2. You can be assured that you are putting on the correct amount of damping compound needed.
  3. You can use 2 layers of half inch or 5/8 drywall with our GG for better results. Most QR used are thinner than that or prohibitively expensive.
  4. You can overlap the seams of the 2 layers of drywall when installing GG to elimintae any sound leaks at the seams.
  5. The cost of the compund is used solely for applicaton purpose. The 10-15% waste is of standard cheap drywall when using GG and not of expensive damped drywall. 

4) David S: In general, will Green Glue perform as well between two layers of 3/4 OSB as between two layers of 5/8 sheetrock?

Trademark Soundproofing Reply: Hi David, Yes they will perform the same. Thank You.

5) Nick: Hello! I was just reading your spec sheets... http://www.tmsoundproofing.com/products/GGTest/GG_DataSheet.pdf ... and I am impressed. I live in NYC and I play drums. Your product(s) seem to be the best choice as a major component in my project which is to build my own soundproof booth from scratch. Any remotely acceptable and large enough prefabricated solution is in the $5K+ range and vastly cost prohibitive. I expect that I will need at least 400sq feet worth of your GG compound but your site goes far with demonstrating and illustrating plans and installations. Using that spec sheet as a jump off point, and since I have complete control over this build from scratch - what would the absolute best configuration be for MAXimum sound reduction? Has your product been used with both dampening dry wall and other products such as mass loaded vinyl? Would GG compound effectiveness increase significantly by going to, say, two tubes per 8sq feet? Your recommendations would be deeply appreciated. I hope to begin this project in the next 30 days. If the end result is me being able to practice in an apartment building with my neighbors barely hearing me or oblivious entirely - not only would I simply be so much less stressed out but I would also pimp your products on every drum forum everywhere and put my whole diy process on youtube! Thanks! Nick nabinnyc@gmail.com 917.656.7109

Trademark Soundproofing Reply:

Hi Nick. For MAX Soundproofing. You want to treat your 4 walls and ceiling with fiberglass insulation, resilient sound clips, hat channel, Drywall, GG and a 2nd layer of drywall. Caulk the seams and treat the outlets with Acoustical Putty Pads. For the floor you can build a floating floor using rubber joist isolaters, insulation between joists, plywood, GG and a 2nd layer of plywood. Your neighbors will not hear you! We love getting customer photos, videos and feedback and look forward to yours too. Thanks.

You can read more here How To Soundproof 

6) Jobst R: Can green glue be applied on an existing and finished walls with a new layer of gwb to go on top? I am not sure if the requirement is that it not come into contact with the tape an paint of the existing wall.

Trademark Soundproofing Reply: Hi Jobast, Yes it can and is used that way all the time. Green Glue is from the very few soundproofing products that can be used over an existing wall.

7) Devon S: If i'm using green glue on a ceiling can i mix OSB and sheetrock?

Trademark Soundproofing Reply: Yes that is not a problem

8) willem: hi Rachel, i tried to get a total price through ebay for 30 tubes gg and an apl gun incl shipping and i'll need it right before i move back to europe(because of shelf life) from washington dc so how long will take shipping so i know when is best to order, thnx, willem

Trademark Soundproofing Reply: We ship Green Glue usually same day as ordered. Depending on which state you are in delivery can be 1-3 days.