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      06-22-2012, 03:11 AM   #44
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Originally Posted by Awfully_Polite View Post
I dont bud, What I can suggest though, is if you google Alcantara the website for the company Alcantara SPA has some great cleaning advice on there. As far as I know, You want to rub it down with a coth damped with water, dry and brush to fluff. But for stronger stains you can use, APC and careful blotch any stains and then run over with a damp water coth.

these should remove 90% of your stains, should you have any. As there is also reccomendations for different chemicals for different stains.

However, The perk i was reffering to is a dry clean chemical used by dry cleaners, In which case you would have to take the wheel to a dry cleaner for spot treatment. ( but this is worst case scenario)

Also check over on detailingworld for some handy advice.

Oh heck look ill find the link for you hang.

http://int.alcantara.com/#/en/menu/t...ry_maintenance

http://int.alcantara.com/uploadedFil...structions.pdf

Also there are vids online for maintenance on the performance wheel.... Or failing this you could always sell it to me

regards.
Thanks AP, appreciate you taking the time to write that up. I've got one mark by the thumb grip which won't shift so I'll speak to a dry cleaner about it. Saying that I let a friend borrow my car and he used a steering lock which has caused a small cut at the bottom of the wheel

BTW isn't your car an auto? My wheel won't fit yours
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