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Hey forum,

hate to overload you with (possibly) stupid questions, but you all are a wealth of information and I'd feel stupid if I didn't come here to ask.

My interior headliner is in great condition it is just sagging a bit. I have now clue how to make that tighter without ruining it. Any advice?

I will post pictures later on today.
 

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there's no good way to repair the existing headliner. Usually it sags due to the breakdown of the foam layer that's between the molded piece and the fabric.
Solution:
1) remove the headliner through the back hatch. Take care not to bend it much (it could crease)
2) Carefully pull off the old fabric and throw away
3) either use a wire brush, or some other method, to remove the old foam layer from the molded piece. This is a VERY important step. Remove as much as you can..unless you want to do it all over again in a week!
4) measure carefully so you can go buy your new headliner material.
- I found that microfiber suede looked the best, but get whatever! You can get foam backed, or not..doesn't matter. Always get more than you think you'll need!
5) use an auto/boat apolstry spray glue, following directions, to glue a section at a time.
- be careful to work the fabric straight to minimize folds and runners.
6) apply lots of pressure, via rolling pin, to set the glue permanently.
Enjoy!


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when recovering your discovery 1 or 2 the material at its widest point in 62 inches, you will need a (64 inch material to recover your headliner board) in one piece as it was done so at the manufacture.

If I can help in any way please let me know how I can help. Bill
 
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