Ceiling and wallcovering re-upholstery

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Bruijnp
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Ceiling and wallcovering re-upholstery

Post by Bruijnp » Mon Mar 11, 2019 8:17 pm

Dear Fairline owners,
May i introduce my company to you all.
Ferro Marine & P de Bruijn Autobekleding the Netherlands. For more then 45 years specialised in refit and re upholstering luxury boat and aeronautical interiors.
Iff you having problems about loose comming textile of your headlining or wallcovering and the textile or alcantara has come loose, don’t panic because we can fix this problem.
Our working method is very simple:
Contact us and we will make an appointment to come over were your boat is situated.
We prefer that you are attending also so we can discuss materials being used and give you a proper price indication.
Also a timetable will be discussed.
All the refit and re upholstery will be done on sight were your boat is harbourd.
So Fairline owners.... iff your Fairline is due to a refit or re carpeting.... contact us and we will be glad to answer all your relevant questions. Also iff you like to receive recent pictures of our recenly finished project, Fairline 88, in the port of Palma de Mallorca, please feel free to contact us.

With best regards,
Patrick de Bruijn
Ferro Marine/ P de Bruijn Autobekleding
The Netherlands.
Info@autobekleders.nl
0031 165 535505

renny18
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Re: Ceiling and wallcovering re-upholstery

Post by renny18 » Thu Jul 18, 2019 8:47 pm

Hi Do you know how to remove the master cabin rear bedroom wall coverings? thanks

renny18
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Re: Ceiling and wallcovering re-upholstery

Post by renny18 » Thu Jul 18, 2019 8:47 pm

that's for a Fairline Squadron 58

mlott
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Re: Ceiling and wallcovering re-upholstery

Post by mlott » Sun Aug 04, 2019 10:21 pm

I've got a 2000 Phantom 46 with the same problem.. I can't see how the padded panels are fitted either. Some of the other upholstery is fitted on screw heads in slots, and a simple shove in the right direction does the trick... No such luck with these. If you work it out please let me know.

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