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Bedroom Headliner
I used 8 cans of the DAP high temp spray contact cement. One roll of 24" Reflectrix and One roll of 16" 5 yards of the Marine headliner or rat fur. I accidently sprayed the wrong side of the side paned, that is why it is white. I used it anyway and it did fine.
Posted by Charlie and Sara on August 13, 2015 Full Size| Slideshow

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Charlie and Sara
10:37 AM on August 23, 2016 
Donna&Greg says...
This is a wonderful pic & details to show the details of this mod! One question for you-did you lightly sand the walls prior to attaching the reflectix? Any special prep to the reflectix before applying the fabric? One day, we hope to do exactly this! Thank you so much for sharing this!


I did not sand. I just wiped it good with mineral spirits. The trick is to use the high temp spray and use a lot then let it dry to the touch before putting it together.. I already had a laminate roller which helped to get the air bubbles out. It was a lot of wiggling around top get the corners etc. but really not that hard. We have not had any problem with it. It cost around 300.00 to do the bed area. I am looking forward to seeing your twin bed arrangement.
Donna&Greg
8:04 AM on August 23, 2016 
This is a wonderful pic & details to show the details of this mod! One question for you-did you lightly sand the walls prior to attaching the reflectix? Any special prep to the reflectix before applying the fabric? One day, we hope to do exactly this! Thank you so much for sharing this!