Great services on time and so friendly! Very nice looking finished product !satisfied customer in nc!!!I highly recommend this. Place these guys are right on and know their business!!!!
Hi,Just wanted to thank you for the great job on my visors. Headliner looks great.
Quick service.
thank you,

It was a pleasure and fun talking with whoever it was (forgot name), in the shop. I was very pleased to get the coaching that i needed so badly about the replacement of the tack strip material for my new headliner and double welt material. Very helpful information. Looking forward to giving this procedure a go. Thank you again, Lonnie Riedl
Perfect service and shipping in a proper package. Thaaaanks
Good morning,
The sun visors arrived yesterday and look awesome. I thank you, as will my client I am sure, for your quick and great service.
Peter Jones
Riverside Upholstery & Repair
We want to thank you for such a BEAUTIFUL job in refurbishing our Dodge truck visors! Great quality work and quick too! Thanks again!
I want to thank you once again for your great service and getting me my headliner material so quickly last week (even needing a sample). I can see that your company definitely treats others as you would want to be treated. It looks great and allowed me to get my daily driver back on the road. The sun visors you covered also look great and are nice and tight unlike they were when I sent them. You must have done some extra work to get them that way. Many Thanks. I’ll recommend you to my friends for sure.

Ricky Boyd
Newnan Georgia
First time i have replaced a headliner but it came out almost perfect. The truck headliner kit i got from wls was perfect for my 2003 f250 super duty. Even the color was right on. Saved me many bucks.
I purchased a kit for my sons jeep as a 16th bday gift. The kit came after just 2 days. I tackled the project myself and having never done it before i was nervous. I watched the how to video thats available on this site and got to work. The headliner board came out easily. The brush that I bought with the kit worked great to remove the old and crumbling foam padding. Once clean I put the new one on using the adhesive spray. I even did the visors myself. The only hard part was getting the visors back on after all was said and done. I was very impressed with the product and the website.
2001 Chrysler T&C - Product came in 4-5 days UPS ground. I had gone to a local fabric store and found headliner material for $14.99/yd and thought I could save a few bucks. 3 yds and a couple of cans of glue would have been close to $80 with tax. But the glue was questionable and the fabric seemed a bit thick to get around all the compound curves, especially at the visor mounts.

I got the shell out and tore the wiring loose from the top. For the most part the pop-in panels came right out. Once I got the shell out of the back I stored it in the garage for a few weeks, just to let it age to perfection. Plus I really didn't want to do this job. Eventually I took the shell and put in on saw horses in the field and took a stiff wire brush and got most of the foam & glue crud off it. Then I took a small rotary wire brush and went over the entire thing. I got it back to civilization and took the remainder off with a shop vac.

With the clean shell on the horses facing up I draped the fabric over it then folded it back halfway. My son helped me with spraying both surfaces and then carefully smoothing out the fabric. The key word here is CAREFULLY. You're not in a race to do this. We smoothed by hand then went over it with a 3" paint roller. I overlapped the front edge and glued down about a 1" strip on the backside just for extra insurance.

Everything looked great so we proceeded to wedge the thing back into the van. We removed all the 2nd & 3rd row seats. We re ran the wiring to the appropriate holes and tried to put the thing back in. What a PIA!

All I can truthfully say is that you have to be patient. Wiggle, fit, and be CAREFUL!

A few tips: 1) Buy your headliner from WLS - the fabric is pliable and you do need 2 cans of the proper adhesive; 2) Disassemble CAREFULLY and save all the bits and pieces in a logical place; 3) A 13/16" spark plug socket will unbolt the all the seat belts - you need to do this; 4) One person can take it all apart but 2 people makes the glue down and reinstallation a whole lot easier; 5) Watch the youtube, etc., videos and then understand that they're sort of a guideline and most of what you're doing will be self-taught.

I have been casting about for a retirement business. Fixing headliners is not it.
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