Re: [DML] Door headliners
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Re: [DML] Door headliners

I found this just as easy as the rest of the headliners
  when you get ready to stick the glue start in the middle and work to the edges
  then fill the headliners up with clean dry sand and leave them for 24 hours.
  you need to use good headliner glue I suggest 3M headliner spray-on glue
  and use enough of it (3 good coats before sticking)
  oh and make sure you line up the pattern on the headliner material to run
  front to back or side to side whichever you prefer....
  hope this helps
  Jamie Hamlin
  Crestview, Fl.
  Vin# 2606
  Vin# 5677

Nathan Sobieralski <valleyrat12@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
          Hello everyone,

I have recovered the interior headliners and am now working on the 
door headliners. Does anyone have any suggestions as to how to recover 
the door headliners properly? I have read Kens guide but it is not 
much help with the door parts. I attempted one and was forced to tear 
it all off again, perhaps I might have to leave this one to a pro :(



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