Fellow member and authorized guru for our cars, EdBwoy has several videos on YouTube detailing the horror of DIY headliner removal, etc. Anything referring to paint correction, detailing, and interior restoration, I'm DaMan (or at least one of them, lOL). However, I am most certainly NOT DaMan for this sort of project. I can see it now. I've spent the better portion of an entire day removing the steering wheel, the rear seats, detaching trim pieces, and generally turning my car into the twilight zone. The dogs will be scared after hours of my cursing, complaining, and generally going completely mad. Then, my lovely misses brings a cuppa tea and asks " So ... do you wan to visit carmax for a new car now, or shall we wait till morning" LOL.
I reckpo0n I have two choices. Either pay the dealer a couple thousand to replace the bloody thing, or find a custom shop and have them remove the fabric and replace it. Hopefully they can recover the mold without removing the mold from the car. I will update when I have details.
I highly recommend checking out Ed's youtube channel for ANY issue and complete DIY videos on many many topics: