The ideal kit for restoring or repairing any old, worn or faded leather steering wheel.
Each Leather Steering Wheel Repair Kit contains:
The Leather Steering Wheel repair kit is the ideal solution for repairing damage and restoring colour to leather steering wheels.
Steering wheels are one of the most common areas of wear, damage and colour loss in any car interior. Constant contact with the skin of the hands, inevitably leads to a build-up of dirt and grease in the leather. Exposure to sunlight over long periods leads to colour fading over time, and scuffs and scrapes from exiting and entering the car are an all too common cause of damage.
In order to repair and restore a worn, damaged or faded leather steering wheel effectively, you need a specialist set of products. Our Leather Steering Wheel repair kit has been put together specifically for that purpose, combining multiple professional grade products into one handy kit. With an easy to follow set of instructions, the kit provides professional results, but is designed with the DIY user in mind.
Containing a powerful liquid-form leather degreaser to remove any grease build up that may have penetrated the leather and an alcohol based cleaner, to effectively clean down the surface of the leather, cleaning up your steering wheel is a breeze. Leather Binder strengthens the leather, particularly in areas of wear and damage and the Self-Seal Colourant is used to replace the colour and finish.
Steering wheels are the most used, but often the most neglected part of any leather car interior. Restore yours to top condition today with our great value Leather Steering Wheel Repair Kit!
The kit is suitable for any black leather steering wheel in any model or brand of car.
Each kit provides enough product to completely repair and restore a single leather steering wheel.
Store in a cool, dry place, out of direct sunlight. Once opened, the products in the kit should be used within one year.
Before attempting any repair, we recommend that you thoroughly clean the steering wheel with Leather Ultra Clean and leave to dry.
Using the 320-grit wet and dry sandpaper, gently sand down the leather; paying more attention to any cracked, rough or peeling areas. Sand these areas with more pressure to make the leather smooth.
Dampen a cloth with the Liquid Degreaser and wipe down the whole surface of the leather. If you have any areas of grease build up, the Liquid Degreaser should be used to remove the grease and decontaminate the areas. Heavily contaminated areas will appear darker than the colour of the leather. Apply more Leather Degreaser to a cloth and rub in a circular motion to the greasy areas. Applying heavy pressure with the cloth will assist in the removal of the grease. Continue to work the Liquid Degreaser into the rest of the affected area, rotating the cloth as it becomes dirty with the grease. Leave to dry (drying times of the degreaser can be reduced to around 10 seconds with the use of a hairdryer). Inspect the area and repeat the process if necessary. You should repeat the process until the dark, grease-stained area appears lighter when dry. This will indicate that the Leather Degreaser has removed the grease.
Dampen a dry cloth with the Alcohol Cleaner and wipe down the whole surface of the leather. This will remove any residue of the previous products and further prepare the leather. Leave the leather to dry before proceeding to the next step.
After the previous steps, the leather may have become fibrous or rough; with the use of the Leather Binder, these areas can be strengthened and repaired. Apply the Leather Binder to the sponge and rub it into the damaged areas. It should be applied in light coats with pressure to allow the product to soak into the fibre structure. Leave the binder to dry (this can be sped up with the use of a hairdryer).
Apply the Self-Seal Colourant to the steering wheel with the new sponge. Use a light, even, dabbing motion to build up the colour. Several light coats give a far superior result than a couple of heavy coats. Dry off each coat before proceeding to the next. Continue to build up the colour until you are happy that the whole area has been coloured.
The steering wheel can be used as normal after 3 hours but will continue to cure over 7 days. After 7 days we recommend using Leather Protection Cream to help maintain the leather and prevent further grease build up.