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Old 03-09-2013, 10:05 AM   #1
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Dash Vinyl Covering Coming Loose

I own a 2005 Monaco Monarch and the vinyl that covers the dash is coming loose in a couple of areas. I would like to tend to this issue before it gets worse and out of control. It appears to be stapled in some areas and glued in others. Anyone had an issue like this or that could steer me in the right direction for repairing this?
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I have a 2006 Monaco Monarch SE and had the same type problem. Best I can remember someone on this board told me about a spray on glue made by I think it was Scotch. Anyway, I ended up talking to a friend that recovers vehicle dashboards and headboards etc.. He stuck it back down for me with a spray on typr glue. Check your area for someone that recovers dashboads and see what they recommend.
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