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How to remove fabric glue (505 Adhesive) from fabric


Petrol (with great care), Isopropyl Alcohol will work.

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Headliner for 1999 Buick LeSabre does not have a cardboard backing. What do I need to do to replace this headliner myself?


What kind of backing DOES it have. The fabric of the headliner cannot simply be glued to the roof frame. GM used a foam shell on many of its vehicles. Removal of the headliner must be done carefully to avoid breakage of the shell, although a small crack or two often is of no significance. Remove the old fabric by peeling it off the shell. This will usually leave a lot of the foam padding still clinging to the hard foam shell. This can be removed fairly easy with a vegetable brush, being careful not to gouge into the hard foam shell. There will still be a slight residue of the padding on the shell, but this is not a problem. At a fabric center, purchase a sufficient size piece of headliner fabric in a color that complements your interior. Ask the salesperson there to assist you in selecting the correct spray adhesive for the job. Dry fit the new headliner to the shell, leaving some extra on all sides that will be trimmed later. Fold back one half of the headliner fabric and apply the adhesive to both the shell and the back of the headliner fabric. Wait the specified time for the adhesive to prep, then, with assistance (its easier), roll the headliner back to the shell, ensuring no gaps or bubbles. Once you complete one half, fold back the other half and repeat. Cut any access holes needed (dome light, sun visor). Trim excess to edge of shell. Do not wrap the headliner around the side edges or it will not reinstall correctly. You may need to wrap the front and rear edges depending upon the trim on your interior. The edges will be hidden by the door and window trim. Reinstall shell.

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How to attach canvas top to tailgate


if there are no connectors made into either part, use velcro strips like some outdoor winter clothes have on them..use the nonstick (smooth) part on the metal gate and the rough side onthe fabric top..these are self sticking adhesive backed but they can be glued on both places also.. good luck// velcro strips can be glued on the metal with weatherstrip adhesive and the fabric side can actually be sewed in place if desired..once its done its done too...

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The headliner has come down from the roof...how can i fix it???


you can purches some spray adhesive from your local auto parts store and spray the adhesive on the head linner

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How do I fix the fabric on s type windshield post?


I had same problem and for an upmarket car it should not happen, but it does, I assume the fabric has come away from the plastic, if so, remove the trim, this is done by pulling the door rubber away from the trim , grasping the trim at the top and gently pulling towards the centre of the windscreen, once the top is free ,pull upwards and its free. The only option now is to remove the fabric completely ( trying to glue it back down will not work) search around fabric shops with the original fabric and purchase as close a match as you can. The next step can be tricky, but with patience a good job can be done. I used very thin double sided sticky tape and covered the trim completely, then with a lot of dexterity covered the trim with the new fabric, taking care to overlap the fabric onto the inside of the trim, this makes for a more secure fit. Hope this helps.

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How munch for a head line


Headliner you mean? Do it yourself. You can buy the thin foam underpad, & spray adhesive on it, then material chosen from a fabric shop. Scrape old stuff off good, spray adhesive on cardboard like headliner, apply foam, then spray foam good, and apply fabric, let it cure overnight, wrap material around to back side, and put back in place. Follow directions on adhesive, and make sure it's o.k. (compatible) on foam & material.

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Convertible rear window separated from fabric top


This problem is very common and is known as delamination.
Use Urethane adhesive to reglue the window.
This same adhesive is used to install windshields.
The hard part will be to hold the window in place till the Urethane cures.
Prepare for that in advance.

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Embroidery machine patterns are not consistant


I'm just beginning to work with my machine, but I have had a similar issue. Some of the possible solutions that I have found include (note: I've tried #1, I will try 2 and 3 soon)...
1. use stabilizer fabric.
2. if you're using tear-away stabilizer, and it is tearing prematurely, try a cut-away stabilizer (or maybe iron-on stabilizer?).
3. if you're embroidering on fabric like fleece, try 'hoopless embroidery' This involves using adhesive stabilizer - put the stabilizer in the hoop with no fabric, (if you don't have adhesive stabilizer, use regular stabilizer and spray it with a craft adehesive) then lay your fabric over the hoop and press the fabric onto the adhesive.
good luck.

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Top thread bunches under the fabric


check that the stitch setting is correct for the type of stitch you require, also make sure the thread tension is tight enough, get a piece of rag and alter the tension till it goes right.
Check that the spool bobbin is feeding the thread correctly from underneath and that there is no trapped thread clogging the spool mechanism

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Dec 13, 2008 | Singer HD-110 Mechanical Sewing Machine

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