I wanted to know if anyone had any experiences using the bubble wrap w/ the double sided radiant barrier.
I had a weird experience thanks to a fire pit, my Brother-in-Law, and a few beers. My Brother-in-Law made a make shift pot holder looking glove and held it about 8" away from a pile of extremely hot embers. After nearly a minute the glove started to smoke because the exterior nearest the fire was starting to melt. Despite this, he said the inside never got that hot.
What I am figuring is that, if this material works this well with such extreme temperatures, why wouldn't it be useful in a knee wall area? It would be a lot easier to install than rigid foam board and much easier to squeeze through a small access hole.
What do you guys think? Do you have experience using this material? (Keep in mind I live in Atlanta, GA, not New England). Thanks!