If you’re a car owner, then you know how important it is to take good care of your vehicle. That means cleaning it on a regular basis and making sure everything from the engine to the tires are in tip-top shape. One part of your car that most people don’t think about cleaning is the steering wheel. However, if you have kids or pets who spend time in your vehicle they may have left behind residual dirt and debris on this essential component of your car! In this article we will show you exactly how to clean an aftermarket heart steering wheel so that it looks brand new again!
1. Choose your cleaner
First, you will need to choose a cleaner that is safe for use on your steering wheel. This is important because some cleaners can damage or discolor the material of your car’s interior and cause harm to yourself. Look for products that advertise themselves as such by saying “safe” or “non-toxic,” but don’t take their word for it! Check out customer reviews and confirm that this claim is true before buying one product over another.
After choosing a product that is safe, you should decide what level of effectiveness you want from your cleaner. Some cleaners are more effective than others at removing dirt and grime from surfaces; therefore, if your steering wheel needs more than just dusting off every month or two (or year), look for something stronger than an ordinary household cleanser like Comet or Ajax dish soap. On the other hand, if all you really want is something gentle enough not to damage any part of your car’s interior while still removing light stains from time-to-time, then those same brands will work just fine even though they’re classified as heavy-duty cleaners instead of non toxic products designed specifically for automotive interiors
2. Remove the wheel from the car.
- Remove the wheel from the car.
- Remove the steering wheel hub by turning the steering wheel until it is loose, then pull it out of its retaining clips.
- Use a rag to wipe off any dirt or grime that may be on this part of your car’s interior.
3. Use a brush to remove dirt, dust and other debris on the wheel and in the crevices around buttons and switches.
- Use a brush to remove dirt, dust and other debris on the wheel and in the crevices around buttons and switches.
Use a toothbrush if the dirt is stuck in the crevices.
Use a small brush for the spokes of the wheel
4. Spray cleaner all over the wheel, making sure to get every part of it including the spokes, buttons, switches and every crevice.
Spray cleaner all over the wheel, making sure to get every part of it including the spokes, buttons, switches and every crevice.
5. Wipe down all parts of the wheel, especially around the buttons and switches, using microfiber cloths or paper towels.
- Wipe down all parts of the wheel, especially around the buttons and switches, using microfiber cloths or paper towels. To prevent smearing and contamination, make sure to wipe in one direction only—from a center position outward—and hold your cloth in place until it has soaked up as much debris as possible before moving on to another spot on the steering wheel.
6. Dry off the wheel with microfiber cloths or paper towels to make sure it’s completely dry before installation back onto your car.
Now that you have completely removed any dirt from the steering wheel, it is time to dry it off. To do this, use a microfiber cloth or paper towel and make sure that the entire surface of the steering wheel is completely dry before installing it back onto your car.
How to clean heart steering wheel
- Choose your cleaner
- Remove the wheel from the car
- Use a brush to remove dirt, dust and other debris on the wheel (and in crevices around buttons and switches)
This article is about how to clean your heart steering wheel. We hope that this information was helpful for you!