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    roof linner

    just wondering how easy is it to take the roof linner off so i can spray/dye it cant seem to find a how 2 on this need to know what i would need and how to do this (i.e spray adhesive's clips/grommets??)

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    anyone?? please

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    It'll be dependant on what model i'd guess, cant help with the how 2 i'm afraid. I know with Mk1's it's easy enough to remove, but you need the help of an octopus to put it back in

    Anyway it's 6am on a saturday morning ffs, go back to sleep
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    finshed work it takes a few hrs 2 wind down

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    mk4 1.6 16v duelfuel

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    Not an easy job, time consuming. The main thing is not to crease it as the creases don't always come out. To take it out buy a Haynes manual, it's too long winded to type. The Haynes manual will be helpful to you agin so a worth while investment.
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    ok will get a haynes manual was also considering spraying the linner with a fabric spray if it would get the same effect?

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    U can get a valeters dye from eBay that's used on fabrics. I used it on my old corsa door cards

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