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We show you how to fix a sagging headliner. This method works every time and holds the liner up for years.

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If you would like to help us out.

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TOOLS USED:
USA

Correct Size Syringes
You Have to Sharpen These with a File

Contact Spray:

Hair Dryer

Venom Steel

Wool Dauber

Glue Gun Kit

Twist Pins

Razor Blades

Razor Blade Holder

Headliner Material

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UK TOOLS

You Sharpen
Blunt Nose Needles

Contact Spray:

Hair Dryer

Venom Steel

Wool Dauber

Glue Gun Kit

Twist Pins

Razor Blades

Razor Blade Holder

Headliner Material

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Germany TOOLS:

Correct Size Syringes
you Sharpen
Blunt Nose Needles

Contact Spray:

Hair Dryer

Venom Steel

Wool Dauber

Glue Gun Kit

Twist Pins

Razor Blades

Razor Blade Holder

Headliner Material

*****Disclaimer*****
Due to factors beyond the control of SWEET PROJECT CARS, we cannot guarantee against the improper use or unauthorized modifications of this information. Make sure you check with your manufacturer to make sure this will not affect your factory warranty. SWEET PROJECT CARS assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in these videos. Use this information at your own risk. SWEET PROJECT CARS recommends safe practices when working with tools seen or implied in our video and written content. Due to factors beyond the control of SWEET PROJECT CARS, no information contained on this YouTube channel shall create any expressed or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage, or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or from the information contained in this content is the sole responsibility of the user and not SWEET PROJECT CARS.

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  1. carl garver

    I like this idea and want to try it on my F150, but I need to know what size is the needle your using and just for everyone else out there, when I went to try and find needles they are hard to come by, almost! You can find some at a pharmacy or wallmart but you have to buy a box of 100 ranging from 13.00 to 30,00 and they are primarily insulin needeles which from what I could tell are too short and too small, but it gets better! If you go to your local feed store, they are on the shelf in a variety of sizes and average price is 25 cents but now I need to know what size. I bought a couple of 22 and 24 but not sure their big enough? What say you "Sweet"? Thanks, Oh I did see your info on the video and amazon site is down and Uk is on its way out but I think if their mesurements are like ours it may say size 20 but I would like you to confirm that please, Thanks, Carl

  2. Ray Jones

    My wife's car has a tan headliner and no foam on the back and I don't see any problem with doing what you've suggested for the front of the headliner where it is falling away from the windshield. I'm fairly certain that she'd be happy to have me do this for her. Thanks for the instructions, Mike. Cheers from Indy 😉

  3. Patrick Lao

    This is genius and a great alternative to tearing out the entire headliner and replacing the fabric

  4. first last

    Where to get the sharp needle? Walmart and amazon only sell blunt needles…

  5. Sweet Project Cars

    **My friends here is the video on how to repair a sagging headliner. This process works and will save you many dollars if you do it yourself. Now always remember the only real and best method to fix a sagging headliner is to REPLACE IT…but this method will buy you some time to save your money and be able to have that done :)**

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