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Posted: 03/12/20 10:34pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I had an old s-10 pu that did similar. Need to remove the entire piece that it was adhered to. Then pull the fabric off the backing material. Remove any deteriorated material or foam between the fabric and backing material. Use spray-on contact adhesive and reapply the fabric to the backing. Very tedious and just one shot to make perfect. Although does not have to be perfect to look tons better and function perfectly. A bit of an art project.


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time2roll,

You are correct.

In my case with my motor home's interior, I would have needed to remove everything, furnishings and all because the material was throughout including the inside of the cabinetry. Then peel off the material, and then with a metal bristle brush, remove 100% of the foam, both crumbled and good, then attach brand new foam-backed head-liner material with a contact adhesive on both the foam and interior wall surfaces. It is the same process as restoring a headliner but on a much much bigger scale. Adding the complexity of so many different surfaces converging, there were finished seams to deal with. It would have been so much for anyone to deal with. That is one of a few reasons why we decided to sell the rig.

I also looked into a spray-on bed liner material, something much more durable but tan colored, not black. The cost of that option was tremendous.


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