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Old 07-17-2015, 06:36 AM   #1
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'05 Vectra ceiling falling

I live right outside Orlando fl and need to have the interior ceiling redone. Does anyone know of someone near and reasonable. what to replace with the cloth this time rather than the foam vinyl that disintegrates after 5 yrs or so
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Old 07-18-2015, 08:57 AM   #2
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Denny: I don't have an answer for you but wonder WHY the ceiling is falling. Do you have a leak (or several) in the roof? Our 2005 "foam under vinyl" ceiling is still in tact, so something must be different between your Vectra and ours. Wondering.... I do hope that you get it fixed, and would love pictures of the finished project. Best wishes, \ken
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We had a vectra for years, over that time the glue dryer and fabric fell. I think the hot Florida sun was the cause. I used scotch spray glue from Home Depot to repair. What I repaired stayed good for years.
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