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Old 01-19-2013, 05:51 PM   #1
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How many yards of material to wrap headliner?

I am getting ready to pull out my headliner and I need to know how much material I will need to recover the headliner and the visors. If anyone has done this and would care to share how much material they used (in yards preferably) it would be much appreciated!


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Old 01-19-2013, 06:19 PM   #2
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kinda intrested.....
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I used three yards to do mine. Had some left over, but not a lot. So is say three should do ya
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Damn, 3 years is a lot lol.
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Ok so if you haven't seen all the headliners I have done in numerous focus's here on the sight, iv don't "quite a few"!

When doing interior work, or any work in that sense, you always want more then you need. Two yards is not enough, buy three at least and keep the left over for match work projects an or reference.

Also be sure to use the right SPRAY glue. I have always leaned towards the 3M 77 glue, usually takes a full-size can however be sure not to put it on too light. Put it on too heavy, and you will be looking at an odd crusty white mark on your ceiling.... Wonder what people might think
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