Reviewed By Hans L (DUNEDIN, FL) Reviewed for a 2008 Hummer H2 —2/19/2015 12:22 AM
I have been buying these covers for years for different cars and always found them to be good quality. They look nice and give the steering wheel a nice feel.
Reviewed By Jon H (OWENS CROSS ROADS, AL) —2/12/2015 7:41 AM
This is very good leather. This is my second wheel skin and I considered buying a cheaper brand this time. I am glad that I did not. This leather will outlast your car! Installation isn't easy but isn't hard either and it will be worth the trouble.
Reviewed By John R (WEST LINN, OR) Reviewed for a 2014 Hyundai Elantra —1/28/2015 10:17 AM
Installed a cobalt/black perforated Wheelskin cover on my Hyundai Elantra GT. Looks beautiful, feels excellent - grippy but not sticky, with some cushion for my grip, and it sticks to the wheel like it was glued on. Installation is a bit of work. Read the directions a couple of times, and even watch some YouTube videos. I did it outside on a 50 degree day, and didn't get the leather stretched completely over the thumb rests. Be sure to do it when it's warm! I'll redo mine when it's warmer.
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Thanks to constant use, one of the first places in your interior to get gummed up and to show wear and tear is the steering wheel. Even after cleaning, it’s hard to cover up that black hand goo and any wear spots. So what’s a discerning driver to do when faced with the grungy steering wheel? Cover it, that’s what. And, if you’re wondering how to install a steering wheel cover, you’re in the right spot.
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