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    Default Best upholstery repair in Brisbane?

    Hi everyone the roof lining in my 206 has started to sag. Does anyone have any experience with upholsterers in Brisbane? Hoping to spend around $150

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    A new roof lining may cost a little more, just depends. I have been very happy with Lee Brothers at Breakfast Creek. There always seems to be a collection of high end cars there getting interior work done.
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    Thanks Alan I'll get a quote off them. Don't mind paying a bit extra for quality work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by superpug View Post
    Thanks Alan I'll get a quote off them. Don't mind paying a bit extra for quality work.
    Can't help thinking you are looking for automotive trimmer rather than an upholsterer. They are entirely different trades.

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    I never realised there was such a thing, are automotive trimmers more in the trade of repairing interiors?

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    Yes.

    On the other hand some of the rubber-band tyred beemers could do with a padded ceiling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seasink View Post
    Yes.

    On the other hand some of the rubber-band tyred beemers could do with a padded ceiling.
    I think some of the drivers/owners could do with a padded cell.

    SP Motor trimmers do all the sound deadening, carpets, head linings, soft floppy bits, vinyl and leather and seat covering within vehicles.
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    Perfect. So I shall rephrase my question: can anyone recommend an auto trimmer who is especially good at headliners?

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    Lee Brothers did the hood lining on my Renault Alpine GTA, and have done many other jobs on other unusual old cars for friends with good results. I doubt they are the cheapest, but are not far over the mark.

    I had the hood lining done in my BA Falcon Wagon done by a local Ipswich trimmer near the Sandy Gallop Golf Course. Nice job, done in a few hours, for $190.
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