Shamrock can remove your headliner board and recover it with new material in one day.
Almost every automobile, from a Kia Rio to a Bentley Continental GT has something in common. The car manufacturers have decided to install a hard headliner board, which is made out of cardboard or laminated fiberglass. The next step is to cover this board with a finished material that matches the interior. They can use cloth, vinyl, suede or leather. In order to secure this material and provide a good surface to glue to, they laminate the finished material to a piece of foam. Then they glue the two pieces to the hard headliner board. Over time, the foam base that is between the finished material and the headliner board breaks down from heat and turns to dust. No one can secure the finished material to the broken down foam. The solution is to remove the trim panels and carefully take the hard headliner board out of the car. Then the board is cleaned and prepared with solvent. The next step is to glue new finished material and foam to the hard headliner board. Shamrock stocks the new materials and in most cases, you can drop off your car in the morning and pick it up in the afternoon. Another option is to come in the morning, wait twenty minutes in our air conditioned office with internet, and have us remove the hard headliner board. Leave with your car and then you will return in the afternoon for us to install your hard headliner board with the new material.