How to Make VW T5 Door Pocket Liners

If you want to stop the annoying sound of everything in the door pockets sliding around everytime you pull up or corner here's a tutorial on making door pocket liners from leftovers.

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How to Make VW T5 Door Pocket Liners
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Here's what you'll need (apart from the carpet). I had to contact adhesive and may left over from trimming the van.

Here's what you'll need (apart from the carpet). I had to contact adhesive and may left over from trimming the van.

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I roughly drew the shapes needed for each door pocket. When I get time I will do a vector version and attached for you to down load and print out.

I roughly drew the shapes needed for each door pocket. When I get time I will do a vector version and attached for you to down load and print out.

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I cut one out flipped it and drew around it in reverse for the opposite door.

I cut one out flipped it and drew around it in reverse for the opposite door.

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These are the bottom door pockets.

These are the bottom door pockets.

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Here's some of the left over mat I wanted to use up.

Here's some of the left over mat I wanted to use up.

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Spray some of this on and stick down.

Spray some of this on and stick down.

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All stuck

All stuck

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Now spray the edges

Now spray the edges

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Trim and fold back

Trim and fold back

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Finished reverse

Finished reverse

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Finished front. If I was going to give or sell these to someone I would cut a blank panel to size and glue to the reverse to hide the folds but I'm not bothered about it for my van.

Finished front. If I was going to give or sell these to someone I would cut a blank panel to size and glue to the reverse to hide the folds but I'm not bothered about it for my van.

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Finished upper and lower.

Finished upper and lower.

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All done

All done

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Here's the annoying plastic door pockets that allow everything in them to slide up and down.

Here's the annoying plastic door pockets that allow everything in them to slide up and down.

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Here's they are with the inserts attached (double sided tape if you want to)

Here's they are with the inserts attached (double sided tape if you want to)

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Looks neat.

Looks neat.

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And no more sliding.

And no more sliding.

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