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Old 09-01-2021, 12:08 AM   #1
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Ceiling material loose

I have a Tradewinds 7390 LTC with a cloth type of ceiling and my problem is that it is starting to sag in a number of places. I am thinking about getting some finished type of flat moulding and stretching it, like stretching a carpet, and then tacking the moulding to the ceiling. Or getting some kind of spray glue and trying to apply it, somehow, either to the ceiling or the material without pulling it down.
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You could try 3m spray adhesive, it works well, but you'd have cut the ceiling carpet next to the sag to properly expose the underside, and prep the surface, as the adhesive needs to be sprayed on both the ceiling and the back of the carpet, and left to get tacky before you press it back up. I've used the 3m product on the head liner material in my transam, its a good product.
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