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Hey good PM folks! I'm looking to cover the white interior metal with a fabric. I've tried to buy some, but it came too stiff and wouldn't bend over and around easily. I've got wood up on a lot of the areas, but I'd like to cover the remaining wall space. Any suggestions? I've searched the forums, but found little. Thanks!
 

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Ask at a fabric store. JoAnns is a national chain that has big sales all the time. Look into headliner or trunk liner material also.
 

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Go to a store that sells auto upholstery supplies and fabric. They should have stuff made exactly for that purpose.
 

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Joann's has both headliner material as KOV pointed out and an adhesive for it that works great. Get a 40% off coupon from someone as no one sane ever pays retail at Joann's. I used the tan and it looks nice. I have also glued inexpensive carpet from H-D on some surfaces with good results but it does not stretch at all.
 

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Thanks folks, I'll look into this.
 

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I've also used the Joans fabric on car interiors. I had better adhesion with the Weldwood contact cement found at Lowes. Brush on both sides. Use wax paper to keep them from adhering together and work it/ slide it along as you stick the material together. ( hope that makes sense )
 
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