Any good ideas on how to repair a loose fabric from the headliner? - The back, driver's side is coming loose and is flapping in the breeze when the window is open. Thought about some spray adhesive, but I only need a small amount. The can is way too large for what I need.
Car is nearly eleven years old, and seems to be literally falling apart slowly.
If I really cared about our customers I would have sent them somewhere better.
arr u saying thr back near the rear window like there is no plastic trim around or should be around where it is coming loose? i would try some fast acting contact cement around the inside edges .. fast acting so u dont have to sit there holding it like an idiot.. ive repaired a few.. and had to replace one.. which was a bitch..
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now is the time to replace the material with something better if you can. If not, it is easier to remove the headliner, then fix it. If you use spray adhesive, cover everything to avoid fallout getting everywhere.
dont use regular spray glue you will be disapointed in the heat it will seperate (i say this because it has happend to me). with ones that ive done ive always used a product called helmiprene you can get it at a fabric shop or a fiberglass/composites shop
aight... makes more sense .. thought 100 was CRAZY
found something better - fabric glue. Mom had some in her sewing room desk. Great stuff. Had to remember about that after using to repair my rosin bag I use for bowling. Great for sealing seams.
Looks like elmer's glue, dries clear.
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