They usually start coming down around the edges then they sort of get a puffy
look in the center. If you’ve experienced this, then it’s time to get your headliner replaced.
In most cases headliner replacement
only takes 1 day, dropping off in the morning; you would have
your vehicle back on the same day. In a traditional vehicle with a fiberglass headliner
board the technique is relatively simple. We remove all the trim pieces that are
installed through the headliner board- dome light’s, clothes hangers, air vents
and pillar covers so that the headliner board can be removed from the car. We
then remove the old fabric and foam from the headliner board, and
scrape all the old adhesive off the board. Once the board is clean, we spray
fresh adhesive on the board and material, then carefully attach the material
by forming it to the board. The board is ready to go back into the vehicle so that
we can reinstall the trim pieces.
This all sounds pretty easy. I even thought I would give this a shot myself
since my headliner is sagging. I’ve decided to leave it to
the experts. I’m afraid I’ll break the board while trying to scrape the adhesive
off, as well as not re-install the electronics back correctly.
We would love to give your headliner a lift!