Is your car's headliner sagging? Is it terribly dirty? Well here the solution for you! The following will show you how to recover your drab old headliner. I will not only be recovering, but changing my color from gray to black.
Materials I bought 6 yards of fabric - I opted for a "headliner material" which is foam backed 2 Cans of 3M 90 Spray on Adhesive (Do not go cheap on your adhesive)
Considering I'm not using all of the material (only half of the headliner) -- lets say the total cost is no more than $50.
Headliner Removal: 45mins <-- never done it before Removing old material and preparing: 60min Recovering: 60min <-- a lot of wait time Covering Pillars: 20min per set (3 sets) Covering Sunroof Slide: 20min: Installation: 30 min
So, this is a good weekend job - remove headliner on Friday (maybe prepare too). Recover on Saturday. Install on Sunday :)
Warning Some vehicles are equipped with curtain airbags located in the headliner itself. I don't know how the airbag deploys nor do I know if the headliner material will effect operation. Likewise for pillar mounted airbags. That is one system you don't want to screw around with. <-- Just like seat mounted airbags -- you're not putting seat covers over them right? :P