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Sagging/Loose AUTO/CAR HEADLINER REPAIR/RETAINING PINS-Set of (12)
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Set of (12) corkscrew type retaining pins, 1/2\" long with a clear 7/16\" head.
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UPDATE~Nearly 3 yrs later & the pins are holding my headliner in place.
I tried the spray first but it didn't hold very long; so I got these instead.
I redid the back of the car over a year ago and the headliner is still firmly in place.
I just bought some more to do the front which just fell for the first time a few days ago and my headliner up front is now back in place.
There are a lot of these upholstery type pins being sold here on Amazon but the others are not long enough and the heads are too small for most headliners.
These pins are so simple to use and really aren't that noticeable since they are clear and my headliner is light tan.
They will not work on the headliner over the sunroof because there is a thick board underneath that headliner. If anyone knows a product that will work for reattaching the sunroof headliner than I'd really appreciate it. Just add a comment below. Thanks!