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Old 05-15-2009, 02:46 AM   #1
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The interior of a head liner is starting to come apart and was wondering what yall do to fix this problem......
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thats an idea...

call around to junk yards, to find a match vs rebuilding yours

go to walmart and buy some spray glue from the auto section to reglue your headliner

call an auto upholster and redo it the expensive way
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Yeah, I think that the sprey glue is a good idea. I usually just use the 3M stuff. My car is having the same problem. The only issue is that the sunroof has it too, so I am gona have to deal with that too, which I hear is a real pain.
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Rubber Cement, the kind that has the little brush attached to the lid; works great for areas that you can't spray. My sunroof panel had the liner lifting up around the edges. Brush a small amount ofcement on the liner and the panel, wait a minute or two for it to tack up, push the liner to the panel and use clothes pins to hold it together as it dries.
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