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Jaguar XFR Roof lining repair
How do I repair my Jaguar XFR roof lining?
An area of a Jaguar XFR that doesn’t get much notice is the headliner/roof lining, that’s the internal fabric you see overhead, covering the underside of the Jaguar XFR’s roof. The roof lining comprises a fabric foam upholstery which attaches to the roof of a Jaguar XFR.
Sometimes this liner will detach from the roof from the edges and hang down or you may notice drooping bubble sections where the fabric has partially come away from the roof. If any section of the roof lining isn’t securely fixed to the Jaguar XFR’s roof then you should have it repaired.
There are some cheap DIY options that involve glueing the Jaguar XFR’s roof liner back into place, using spray adhesives, staples, steam cleaners and double-sided tape however it’s best to use a professional unless you like revisiting it again and again. It will cost around $150 - $500 and it might take them a couple of hours to do, depending on the Jaguar XFR variant and repairs required.
Experienced roof lining trimmers/auto upholsterers/motor trimmers have the skills required to do this job properly. They will use high-quality materials and get the job done right so your Jaguar XFR’s roof lining is like new again.