Liquid Nails (ie Construction Adhesive) worked well for me. You'll have to prop something up against the roof/walls to hold it in place while it dries - but it holds fairly well after that.
For filling the gaps/rips I'd suggest paintable caulk. Works well especially if you're planning on painting the walls somehow. (As posted elsewhere) I hit mine with spray vinyl which blended the caulked-in seams very well.
I think Mike gave you all the good answeres.I followed same proceedure and only diference was that I used Melimaine Paint and a small foam roller along with a tiny paint brush.Hope this helps.;)
Thanks, heading into the city to pick up paint etc etc.
Yours looks great, we don't have to do that amount,
mostly where the cushions rubbed it. Used your pic to show where.
Trying to decide what to do there.
I didn't have wear ,where cussions sat.I had wear under the front table at front end of unit from being kicked or from shoes.I filled it in with plywood and painted.On seat I don't know what to tell you.Maybe someone else has had that problem and fixed it.:)
Thanks as well Chester, going to use the melamine paint as well.
Once you get the beast home they show all the little owies they
have been hiding. Nothing major but still need to be taken care of.
We have a piece in front of the table that is used to protect it so maybe we can use the same type and place it on the side to stop the
wear. I noticed you used the laminate flooring, that stuff is great.
We have in in our house and cleans very well.
You can see the area under the window by cushion
check to make sure the window is not leaking. that's the first thing that comes to mind when I see stains under the windows. drain is plugged. or caulkings cracked, or both. Course if it's cut or worn off then that's another story. :)