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    Cleaning leather steering wheel?

    How do you clean your leather steering wheel?, i went and got some leather cleaner and conditioner but i'm not sure if it's safe to use it on a steering wheel. (Might make it slippy for example)

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    I used autoglym leather condition on mine, worked a treat. I only used a tiny amount and made sure I buffed it really good once it had dried to remove any slippy residue. Came up really good though once done.

    Have a look on the instructions, it'll tell you if you can't use it on things like steering wheels.
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    Thanks Jimmy
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    i just used wetwipes to take the crap off, then wiped dry. got the sticky shite that gets on there after a while
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luncheon Truncheon View Post
    i just used wetwipes to take the crap off, then wiped dry. got the sticky shite that gets on there after a while

    lol, yeah like mcdonalds food!

    or whilst eating on the go!

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