How to Remove Headliner Adhesive From Rubber?

Answer Replacing or re-gluing the headliner in most passenger vehicles requires aerosol headliner adhesive. This adhesive has a tendency to overspray onto the rubber trim molding that seals the vehicle's ... Read More »

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How to Remove Latex Rubber Carpet and Tile Adhesive from a Cement Floor?

Carpeting and tile glued to a concrete floor can usually be pulled up easily, but removing the dried latex mastic (glue) that remains is a labor-intensive, challenging, and potentially dangerous jo... Read More »

How do you remove excess ceramic tile adhesive from tiles which were installed three days ago if you used too much adhesive?

Answer If the "adhesive" you are referring to is tile grout, use a mild acid cleaner. Rinse with water thoroughly both before and after use, but most of all, follow the cleaning instructions care... Read More »

How to Repair Adhesive on a Headliner?

While vehicle interior defects are typically cosmetic, they can be more severe. Minor issues with the headliner fabric are unsightly, but when the problem progresses further and a large amount of t... Read More »

How to Remove Foam From an Old Headliner in a Car?

Car headliners used to be made of a fabric pulled taut over metal ribs. Today's headliners consist of a formed piece of cardboard layered with a foam backed fabric. Over time, the fabric can separa... Read More »