How to clean, protect and colour steering wheels
To prevent such damage, clean regularly with COLOURLOCK Mild Leather Cleaner and protect the surface with COLOURLOCK Leather Shield. Greasy or sticky steering wheels should additionally be cleaned with COLOURLOCK Degreaser.
Old and dry steering wheels should be treated with COLOURLOCK Elephant Leather Preserver. The Preserver keeps the leather smooth.
Damages in the colour coating can be repaired with COLOURLOCK Leather Fresh. The leather must be thoroughly cleaned and degreased before. Smooth rough areas with the Leather Sanding Pad. Not every scratch will become completely invisible.
The leather won’t look like new. It will look like well-preserved old leather. If this result is not sufficient, it will need to be treated professionally by a leather repair shop. Extremely brittle and broken leather should be re-trimmed.
Worn off: Degrease heavily using Degreaser and apply COLOURLOCK Leather Fresh in correct colour.
Scratches: Smooth and recolour with COLOURLOCK Leather Fresh.
Strong wear: Professional leather repair is recommended.