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smell and sound proofing a room for as little money as possible

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- Tue, 26 Apr 2016 19:01:06 EST 0UgOL/Bu No.37914
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The title says it all. I am about to move in with some people that are nice, but are huge straight asses. I want to be able to at least roll up a joint without them smelling the herb. I'd also like to be able to make love to my noisey girl friend while disrupting their sensitive jimmies as little as possible.
How do you guys suggest going about this?
Love,
a toad.
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 03:09:43 EST 8FOya/wr No.37923 Reply
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Get a nice roomy conversion van. Or, more realistically, go for a walk outside when you smoke weed and tell your girlfriend to shut up.
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Angus Crubblespear - Sat, 30 Apr 2016 12:39:35 EST xr5yGcqi No.37925 Reply
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> I'd also like to be able to make love to my noisey girl friend while disrupting their sensitive jimmies as little as possible.
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Ernest Widdlehood - Mon, 27 Jun 2016 20:36:26 EST Fctp2H8E No.37974 Reply
Use discarded egg crates for sound proofing. The big ones.
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Hunter S. Nodson - Sun, 03 Jul 2016 11:52:28 EST tIk4hXp9 No.37976 Reply
>>37974

Proven not to do shit. The material isnt anywhere near the thickness you need.
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Esther Fubblelock - Wed, 06 Jul 2016 20:06:58 EST /YJIC6Lr No.37981 Reply
Craft foam bro, it's 1/4" thick, 22" wide and 60" long. They got it on Amazon.

Furfags and cosplayers use it all the time for there costumes and it works pretty well for a soundproofing a room, or for a recording studio like me. Best part is it cost like $25 and about an extra $5 for shipping for 1 roll. Just measure the dementions of the room minus the floor for the best accurate amount you will need.

As for as smell, if the place has an window use it, if it's closed off a scented candle does wonder masking the smell. Spring for something a little nicer than a "Glade" candle or some bullshit, get one with 3 wicks for max smell.

Happy toking my friend.
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Alice Woblingshaw - Sun, 15 Jan 2017 12:19:39 EST HRaXSehe No.38180 Reply
Given that most people don't know what weed smells like, I wouldn't worry about that unless you wear DUDEWEEDLMAO apparel.

If you don't want anyone hearing your whore girlfriend then you need to focus on frequencies that would be encountered. You don't need super high and low frequency dampening. First is to block out all places where air freely moves. Air leaks let out TONS of noise. Sealing your new place up with thick caulk and shit will go a VERY long way. Second is density. Blocking out noises that are in the human voice range are somewhat easy as that get trapped faster than low hz frequencies. I'm not exactly sure what would be the best but lining the room which extremely dense packed materials would be idea. Make them definitely a few inches thick too.

Here would be some examples of sound proofing a room.

>Music studio. (This requires trapping the frequencies rather than just stopping them.)
In all the corners of the room you place some extremely dense material at least a foot thick. This soaks up the low end. You can't capture all of it but you can soak up a ton of bass frequencies. While heavy and somewhat expensive, sealed boxes of shingles can be made to be aesthetically and acoustically pleasing.
On all the flat surfaces of the walls you mount some contractor styrofroam siding panels with a bunch of poly fill on front of the foam sheets. From there, you staple a big piece of cloth around it to make it look decent and finished. Then you mount it.
Optimally, you could probably use that weird astro-bead insulation and also use some lead sheets formed in boxes to help fight bass frequencies. This is expensive though.

If you are moving inside a house or apartment with someone and not a separate structure, there is literally no way in hell to soundproof/smellproof a single house with other occupants unless you are the only 2 people in a hotel.
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Jack Fongerlock - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 01:06:48 EST nRTp7DnG No.38183 Reply
>>37914
Burn incense, if they can get used to that, they would smell incense, nothing more
really. Nag champa, whatever.
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Reuben Fizzlebudge - Thu, 19 Jan 2017 01:34:34 EST HRaXSehe No.38184 Reply
>>38183
Buy good incense though because the cheap paki convenience store ones fucking suck and smell like shit.
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Henry Lightstock - Sat, 21 Jan 2017 22:17:35 EST nDY2gEbX No.38186 Reply
craft foam for sound, window fan creating negative pressure for smell.
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Frederick Gommerson - Fri, 27 Jan 2017 14:46:42 EST Yy3by7K3 No.38194 Reply
think two things. negative pressure (google it if you dont know, think sealed fan blowing out window). and carbon filter. get a good air filter, or a couple good ozone filters (carbon filter would work better and be better for your lungs though) also make a sploof (google it) [in short it is a papertowl role stuffed with dryer sheets, blow out hits through it]

do it when they are not home. do one hitter boles, not joints. something you can burn it all in one hit and hot leave any smoldering.

good luck .
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Augustus Gucklehog - Tue, 27 Feb 2018 07:29:11 EST O7jVTuB8 No.38477 Reply
1: Use a bong instead
2: Get some plastic tubing (I use food grade ones, meant for water systems, something like $2-3 at the hardware store)
3: Place it in the crack of a window (doesn't need to hang out, just far out enough that you can close the window on it slightly so it's firmly in place), cover the space around with a towel or something.
4: Exhale all of it through the tube
5: Cover the bowl with a book or some other flat thing when you're not pulling to put it out and keep smoke in. Also cover the top of the bong if you didn't pull it all at once.
6: Never cough, this method doesn't work if you have pussy lungs.

Also tip for being sneaky, light a candle before your session and you can light your lighter without striking the wheel, eliminating the sound of it.

Smoked for years indoors without a single smell, neither lingering or even while the session is at hand. Much more effective to keep the smoke contained and away from stuff you don't want smelling than to mask it or get it out.
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Emma Wezzlefit - Wed, 14 Mar 2018 23:09:11 EST pK7RxNQL No.38489 Reply
>>37976
It can actually change the way sound behaves. To limited degrees. Not sure if these are made much anymore but acoustic ceilings, like the 70s 80s I guess. Was made of kinda like between sheet rock and pressed I would say like fiberglass insulation.

These would have many holes in each square, assuming to take some of the energy out of sound as it travels. I assume the egg carton theory is to disperse sound evenly, rather than to directly slow or stop it. To keep it from reflecting.

As it is dispersed, it looses energy. Minimal effect but the idea of dispersing
sound is basically correct. Rather than having it reflect.

Acoustics, like at a concert. You can have the best possible sound, depending on where you are, or sound that has reflected multiple directions. Maybe cancelling out much of the real time tones, frequencies.

Kind of interesting. https://www.nde-ed.org/EducationResources/HighSchool/Sound/introsound.htm

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