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ONLY WORKS ON LINER THAT’S SEPARATING AT THE EDGES! NOT FOR WHOLE LINER REPAIR! SUBSCRIBE & SHARE, YOUTUBE, FB, TWITTER. Video that tells how to use foam adhesive to repair a car’s sagging roof upholstery. The cloth fabric on the roof of my car started coming apart at the top of the rear window. It was distracting and annoying when it flapped around when I drove around with the window down. It wasn’t hanging down a lot but it would have been if I hadn’t caught it in time.
I looked for a way to fix it at a car parts store and I came across the can of 3M Fast Foam 74 spray adhesive that I talk about in the video. I sprayed the foam on the roof side of the fabric, without removing the fabric, and pressed it back into place. It went into place quickly and easily and it looks great. This worked for me & it may work for you. – http://seekyt.com/fix-falling-roof-liner-in-your-car
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