The steering wheel leather repair kit (black) for steering wheels contains all important utensils and high-quality materials for the preparation and repair of black steering wheels. It is used to repair local scratches and scuffs and to refresh the colour. The kit contains:
- 15 ml Leather Cleaner Mild
- 15 ml Degreaser
- 15 ml Leather Fresh Black
- 15 ml Leather Shield
- 15 ml Elephant Leather Preserver
- 1 x sanding pad
- Sponges and cloths
Steering wheels are in daily use. Due to frequent contact with moisture, sunlight & creams they wear out quickly or become greasy. Hand sweat and skin oils are particularly aggressive against the leather. The reason: leather is an open-pored material into which hand perspiration, skin fats and moisture can gradually soak. This makes the leather brittle, the color softens and the leather rubs off. In some cases, cracks even appear as a result of wear.
The COLOURLOCK leather repair set for black steering wheels is the solution. The bestseller from Germany is now also available in the UK – with an improved formula and solvent-free!
The COLOURLOCK Leather Fresh included in the set is used to refresh the colour. While the COLOURLOCK Cleaner Mild prevents damage, the sealer protects the leather after recolouring. The COLOURLOCK Degreaser frees the leather from excess grease. It is solvent-free and particularly environmentally friendly. The COLOURLOCK Elephant Leather Grease cares for the freshly dyed leather and gives the surface a natural shine.
- Carefully mask off all areas of the steering wheel that are not to be treated with Leather Fresh.
- Apply the Leather Cleaner Mild to one of the enclosed sponges and clean the steering wheel thoroughly.
- Then apply the Degreaser to a cloth and go over the surface to degrease the leather.
- Rough spots, scratches, abrasions or protruding leather edges can now be smoothed with the Sanding Pad. The excess sanding dust should then be removed with a cloth.
- Dab the Leather Fresh Dye Black carefully with the sponge or apply it to the steering wheel in circular movements. Then allow to dry completely or blow dry. This process can be repeated if necessary.
- After 24 hours, a thin layer of Elephant Leather Preserver can be applied. It cares for the steering wheel and gives the leather a natural shine. The Elephant Leather Preserver is mostly used for old steering wheels. This step can also be omitted for new steering wheels.
- After another 24 hours, put Leather Shield on a cloth and apply it gently to the steering wheel to protect the surface from new dirt and abrasions.