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One question before I start... 2002 F-150. Headboard is not a "board", it's green poly-styrene.

Material looks awesome, can't wait to install it. One question before I start... 2002 F-150... Headboard is not a "board", it's green poly-styrene. There's no way to get it 'smooth and clean' due to the porous nature. Will the DAP Spray adhesive work on the porous surface? Should I try to seal it first?

It is not necessary to get the headliner smooth, it is necessary to get the old headliner foam cleaned off the board. The headliner material is foam backed which aids in it's own smoothing process. Most the time the headiner board is going to be somewhat rough after scraping the old foam off; the 3M headliner adhesive will work great on this type of surface. The short of it is - after getting the old foam off, start putting the new material on.


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