Re: [DML] Greenish Stains on Steering Wheel
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Re: [DML] Greenish Stains on Steering Wheel

Start with the best leather cleaner you can find and go from there. If 
it doesn't come off you may need to redye the wheel. It could be as 
simple as the oils of the previous driver's hands causing discoloration, 
it could be from sun (UV) exposure or it could be a mold type growth. 
What you need to determine during the cleaning process is if it a 
surface problem (growth) or is actually in the leather like a stain or 
color change.

drgolden2001 wrote , ----On 8/10/2013 2:53 PM ---------------------------:
> We are in the later stages of restoring a 1981 DMC. It sat for 8-10 
> years, so we have had to go through and replace numerous items. It's 
> back up and running, sounds good.
> Now we are moving to the interior. Overall the interior is pretty 
> good, but the leather steering wheel has a greenish discoloration .... 
> approximately 1/3 of the the steering wheel.
> Any ideas of what this could be, and the best way to bring the 
> steering wheel back to life?
> Thanks


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