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That Dirty Steering Wheel

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Who can tell me what to use to clean the steering wheel and grab bars on my Alumacraft. They are made of some type of rubbery stuff. I have tried everything but gasoline to clean them and nothing works.

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DeNatured Alcohol.

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Have you tried degreaser. Menards sell's cheap stuff and I cleaned my grips on my zero turn last weekend and took off grease and dirt well.

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I'll second the rubbing alcohol. Works great on automotive steering wheels also. When you get the sticky wheel from armor all build up. Sometimes it will take several applications but it will get it off.

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airjer,

Could you drop my an e-mail!

Thanks!

P.S.

Tried rubbing alcohol last night on steering wheelin boat (sticky) and cleaned up right away. Thanks

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I use some moist towels that come in a plastic bucket and they are called Scrubs. They work great for rubber, plastic and even carpet. I use them on my steering wheels, door panels and spots in the carpet. My son cleans his alloy wheels with them.

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MR Clean --- MAGIC ERASER

worked for me last fall, it is also great for cleaning all the small cracks in vinyl.

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