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Keep the Ceiling Up With Headliner Adhesive
Every part of your car serves an important function. Even the parts that seem primarily cosmetic require upkeep, and sometimes, repair or replacement. This is certainly true of your car's interior ceiling—also known as its headliner. It is usually a composite material with a polyurethane foam beneath a knit fabric lining, and this is then glued to the inside of your car's roof. As with any component of your car, though, stressors such as humidity, heat, and general wear and tear can take a substantial toll on the headliner—so much so that you might need to repair or replace it. The latter is usually unnecessary, though, if you invest in the best headliner adhesives for cars and trucks.

Affordable Solution
Headliner adhesive is a simple and affordable solution to problems such as sagging or detachment that can occur over time. Designed to provide a heavy duty bond, it is typically applied in aerosol form and, depending on the option you select, dries in as little as 30 to 60 minutes. In order to use headliner adhesive, you usually need to remove the headliner from your vehicle's interior and peel off the portion that has begun detaching. Apply the headliner adhesive and insert your headliner back into the interior of your car or truck. Once reapplied, the headliner no longer sags or detaches from the roof of your vehicle.

Safety Problem
You might think that a drooping headliner can be ignored or that it is purely a cosmetic problem, but in fact, headliner is an important feature to your vehicle. For example, it is vital to the safety of passengers in your car. Headliner material is specifically designed to provide cushioning in the event of a collision, and without it, you and your passengers are far more susceptible to serious head injuries. It is also integral to sound reduction, which is a legal requirement in many areas. In addition to minimizing the sound that your car emits to the outside world, headliner filters incoming noise to reduce distractions, too. Without these benefits, your car is not just aesthetically unpleasing, it is significantly less safe.

Adhesive Options
There are a range of different headliner adhesives near me to choose from. Most come in an easy-to-use aerosol can application and contain components such as rubber to create a heat- and moisture-resistant formula. The aerosol can makes it easy to apply an even layer to your entire headliner and resolve the problem at hand. AutoZone has the lowest prices on headliner adhesives and the expert advice you know you can trust. Whether you need to fix a slight sag or reinstall your entire headliner, we can help you find the right product and best method to get the job done with minimal downtime, low costs, and no stress.

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