How do you glue the headliner

What to stick car headliners with?

Hi Guys,

with what do you stick a car sky to the sky again? : D: D

paddex out of can? the classic? does not want to dare to experiment: D

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I would then buy self-adhesive Velcro tape at your place! You glue one side in long strips to the roof and the other to your sky! So you can remove it again quickly and easily! Because if you use glue it has to support long and flat! And when he has to go down again, it looks bad!

But you have to find out more! There is Velcro tape with hooks and eyes and one with such "mushrooms" one of the two is more stable and is much better!

Let me guess you insulated your roof? : D

After I insulated mine with a layer of Alubutyl which, thanks to my thick sheet metal, has now brought a lot and nothing more was necessary, the sky was still so pure :)

Greetings Benny

So I last used the Paddex Compact to cover my sub-housing, so the one outside of the can to pass. Pigs mean that stuff, I bet you could use it to build a house. It is important that you hit the stuff vigorously because it sticks to pressure. But then, when it is completely dry, it keeps like clean. But it also stinks like hell, even I was a little different GFK-loving;)

Hello

I work with contact glue from the brand "preno-fix" and it sticks very well! and you can "activate" the glue after years with a temperature of 120 °, then it becomes soft again and can be easily removed .....

we also have the said self-adhesive Velcro tape with very high adhesive power if you want something, get in touch ...

mfg moyo

Hi, thanks for the answers :)

yes benni so ne have insulated my roof net: p with meim vadder the sky is coming down ... that's the problem ...

@bunny yes I know the pattex that's why I ask :)

@ moyo so when I heat the sky to 120 ° I'm really curious what it looks like #: D

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I don't think that so much happens if it stays at ~ 120 ° .....

you don't have to use the hot air blow dryer to the full and roughly estimate when it's 120 ° ...

mfg moyo

@blueXtreme

have you ever thought of summer?

in summer the sky will be down.

the weight won't hold you up with a Velcro tape. it dissolves at temp. around 45 ° from the body.

Unless you tape the whole roof completely with the stuff. : D

I used Velcro for a test (2 points about 2cmx2cm) and only about 70g on it and they even flew off at the outside temp. 20-25 °.

So under no circumstances would I use Velcro for the headliner; onst you only do the work twice.

greeting,

paul

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Originally written by moyovarel

BigBoss006 I don't know what kind of velcro you took, but it's not just that .....

mfg moyo

completely normal (self-adhesive) what you can buy in the hardware store.

where do you get yours away?

streifeneder, otto bock etc. i work as an orthopedic technician (i build prostheses and the like) and besides gfk and cfk we also use a lot of leather, plastics, metal and fabrics. and "load-bearing connections" we also use Velcro where a person hangs on it ..... Please Notice: This is an automatically translated article!

mfg moyo

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Originally written by moyovarel

streifeneder, otto bock etc. i work as an orthopedic technician (i build prostheses and the like) and besides gfk and cfk we also use a lot of leather, plastics, metal and fabrics. and "load-bearing connections" we also use Velcro where a person hangs on it ..... Please Notice: This is an automatically translated article!

mfg moyo

OK,

you are right that the parts are so strong on the skin, metal, fiberglass, fabrics ..........

I won't say anything as long as the Velcro has nothing to do with the heat.

what you do has nothing to do with heat, as in the car it can easily be around 60 ° in summer and more.

or tell me if I get it wrong.

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Originally written by BigBoss006

you are right that the parts are so strong on the skin, metal, fiberglass, fabrics ..........

I won't say anything as long as the Velcro has nothing to do with the heat.

what you do has nothing to do with heat like in the car it can easily be around 60 ° in summer and more.

or tell me if I get it wrong.

only "dead" skin, non-living ones (fats etc.)

well people also sit in the car which has 60 °, it takes until it is so warm "under the skin"

We have a baker as a customer who has a prosthetic arm that he uses to get bread out of the oven ...

and it lasts

boundaries are clear, I just wanted to say that there are differences in quality and that you shouldn't lump all together.

mfg moyo

Hello.

Lately had the same problem. I found the rower u56 plus on the internet. I have to say, so far it holds great and was also easy to glue.

You can have a look: http://www.ottozeus.de/produkte/lösungen-1-29.html

So long ...

so thanks for your help .. but it looks like my vadder has taken it into his own hands ..: p then he will do it and if not: D: D

yeah

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