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Old 12-13-2019, 09:18 AM   #1
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1996 Headliner Droop to Zolatone?

Checking to see if anyone with the famous 1990's headliner "Droop" has decided to go back with "Zolatone" (white) as a solution vs. installing a new headliner or leaving it aluminum??

My guess, it would be a good, easy, lost cost solution.

Tape off cabinets, cover everything, get spraying!

Thoughts?

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