Removing the Headliner for Paintless Hail Damage Repair

September 22, 2015

Removing a Headliner for Hail Damage Repair

I am often asked about taking out the headliner from a car when we are removing dents caused by hail damage. You will see in this video how the headliner comes down and goes back up with no problems.

This time lapse video will show how we can remove the headliner from this truck for paintless dent repair. You will see how it is held in with just some screws, clips and the side plastic pieces. We take all that apart so that we can lower the head-liner. You can see that the headliner is just one solid piece of material made of fabric, foam and fiberglass that is sandwiched together. We only need to lower it enough so that we can access the underside of the roof panel with our paintless dent removal tools. We usually do not need to take it out of the vehicle. This way none of the electrical wires or the airbag system needs to be removed.

After the Hail Damage is Repaired

Once we are done repairing the hail damage from the roof we will then put the headliner back in place, then putting all the clips and screws back. Then everything is returned back to the way it was. You would never know that it was in for repair.

If you need paintless dent repair for your hail damage, then call me at 763-780-4000 or visit my website at http://www.exceldentremoval.com

Excel Dent Removal
1550 91st Ave NE
Suite 303
Blaine, MN 55449

Phone: 763-780-4000

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Headliner Removal For Paintless Hail Damage Repair

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