Question about 1990 Jaguar XJ6
No easy permanent solution..lots of messy sloppy ones. Go to a car upholstery shop. For about 300-400, they will, (call first) put in new material that will stay up. The headliner must be taken out through the front windshield....so plan on replacing the windshield and the headliner at the same time....
Posted on Oct 17, 2008
I've done this trick with older crappy cars but not a nice one so i dunno. JUST A SUGGESTION! we would mix elmers glue and water to a light consistancy and "paint" it back on. Other than that I would just go to an upholstery shop.
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