Removing the Headliner and Assembling Treatment Tables

This morning I finally got around to a project I had been thinking about for quite some time. The foam in the headliner had disintegrated as it's about 20 years old and the cloth was falling down, which is quite a nuisance. I spent about four hours on the car today. First I had to cover the interior to make cleanup a job within reason, then remove the cloth headliner, and of course, remove all of the disintegrated foam glued to the ceiling of the car. I used a plastic canister vacuum attachment to remove most of the foam, and then used a steel brush for the rest. It was quite a messy job, exacerbated by the sweltering heat outside, but it needed to be done and I'm glad I did. After all the scraping and such I removed the sheets and other coverings and vacuumed the inside of the car. It looks rather nice now, with the exception of the rather ugly ceiling. I intend to have the headliner replaced before long. After that I washed the car. Not long after cleaning up I went with my dad to the west bank office to rearrange some furniture and things to convert some storage areas into a small office. We were there for a couple hours moving bookshelves, filing cabinets and such. We also assembled a couple of treatment tables. Later in the evening I made pork chop casserole for dinner and started watching “Gallipoli.”

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