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Steering Wheel Scratch ??

Discussion in 'Detailing - Sponsored by Slim's Detailing' started by A3 T, Jan 15, 2012.

  1. A3 T

    A3 T Lord Of The Rings

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    I noticed a load of scratches on the underside of my steering wheel today :(

    It must have been something that i was wearing that was rubbing on it somehow

    They look a bit deeper in real life than they do in the pics:

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    Does anyone have any ideas on how i would fix them?
     
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  3. vr6gordy

    vr6gordy Well-Known Member

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    try some leather cleaner on it might sofen up the leather and rub em out
     
  4. nally

    nally MPG the new BPH

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    +1 use some glimptone. look like you are a stressed driver to me ( nail marks?)
     
  5. warren_S5

    warren_S5 Moderator
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    My wedding ring occasionally catches the gear knob and steering wheel, and I've never managed to remove the marks. Treating the leather will help disguise it slightly.
     
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  7. A3 T

    A3 T Lord Of The Rings

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    I thought a leather cleaner would just clean not smooth out the scratches :think:


    Ill have a look at your link juicy ;)
     
  8. nally

    nally MPG the new BPH

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    glimptone do a conditioner that may help but wont make it 100% i use it on my seats
     

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