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This is a discussion on steering wheel leather care? within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Does anyone have any suggestions for cleaning/protectant for the leather on the steering wheel that won't make it slippery?...

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    "sitting in the corner in Rick Roll timeout" chanwahyaoh's Avatar
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    steering wheel leather care?

    Does anyone have any suggestions for cleaning/protectant for the leather on the steering wheel that won't make it slippery?
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    have u tried any of the leather car care products out there?
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    yeah, sorry. I should have mentioned that. I have used the Armor All Leather Wipes. Makes it a bit too slippery.
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    Originally posted by chanwahyaoh
    yeah, sorry. I should have mentioned that. I have used the Armor All Leather Wipes. Makes it a bit too slippery.

    hmm maybe try something like a mothers or the a like leather care.
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    oh yeah, don't use that shinny stuff on the steering wheel, it'll slip like crazy.

    Plain ol' cotton rag or clean old towel, with water (or light cleaner) usually does the trick. Gets all the crap off of it, without residue.

    If you want to use the shinny crap (Black Majic, Armor All, etc), just do the center part, not the rim of the wheel.
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    Can't you people simply wash your hands on a regular basis and not gunk up your steering with your slimy hands

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    both meguiars and mothers make a nice leather cleaner. i use it on my armrest extension and shift knob as well.

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    thanks guys
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    Meguiars #40 vinyl and leather care............rocks!
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    I use "turtle" leather care. good price & good result!!
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