OK, so it looks like I am going to have to do this myself.
Is the any benefit in trying to find an adhesive that doesn't stick tight first time, or would any adhesive like that seep through the material ?
I am supposing that the whole point of quick drying adhesive is so that it only sticks to the foam back of the headlining.
I am hoping that the following will be suitable. The blurb says that it is intended for use on headlining material but anyone who has re-upholstered their headlining maybe able to comment on whether it is suitable.
"Tensorgrip T44 – Automotive Re-Trim Spray Adhesive. Tensorgrip T44 is a high temperature re-trim adhesive
Tensorgrip T44 is a high temperature automotive re-trim adhesive. This is suitable for bonding carpets, head linings and panel fabrics to wood, metal and composite substrates. It bonds foams, fabrics and headlining materials to wood and GRP. It has a high temperature resistance."
Karlos, to be honest I would have jumped at £250 to do the job, but I would have to see some examples of the persons work. I think that if it is done not very well then I may as well do it myself. I sincerely object to paying someone to do a c*ap job !!