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    "Leather" wrapped steering wheel protection.

    Couldn't really find an answer....

    I have a 2016 Mazda CX-3 with a leather wrapped steering wheel. I can only assume that this is not real leather. However, I do know they can wear badly over time. That said, is there a recommendation for a product that will keep, or at least prolong, the material's life?

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    Re: "Leather" wrapped steering wheel protection.

    Meguiars leather products are also good for the 'not quite leather' in cars, so you can look for one of those products. There is a spray cleaner and spray conditioner, and some liquid versions.

    You can also look at the Ult. Leather Detailer for an all in one.
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    Re: "Leather" wrapped steering wheel protection.

    Thanks, Murr. I'll grab one of those and give it a try.

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