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I know the best way to fit soundbloc is to float the wall off a wall so there is no contact points with the original wall. However, while I was at college the Guy running the course said you can dot and dab soundbloc by running a continuous run of dab all the way around the board effectively drawing all the way around whatever shape the board is. Is this true? And would it be better than a standard dot and dab method or even running a few beams direct to wall and screwing board up as it is a very small room I want to maximize space as much as possible as the room only just fits a single bed in it but every time my daughter runs her hand or feet on the wall the noise comes through to our room.