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What can I do to repair my headliner instead of replacing it?

What can I do to repair my headliner instead of replacing it?

If it is coming down (turning loose from the foam backing), there isn't much you can do to repair it without replacing it; although if you don't care that much what it looks like, you can thumb tack it back up or something like that. If it's just coming loose at the edge, (headliner and foam), then you can glue it back up in those spots.

If it's coming down all over, do it right and replace it !

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As far as I know, there is no permanent fix for a sagging headliner outside replacing the material; unless you use something like thumb tacks to pin it up.
Just need fix my headliner in the front of my 1990 Lincoln Town Car
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