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      06-29-2018, 05:56 PM   #1
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Performance Streering Wheel Stripe Wear

I have the alcantara performance steering wheel with the blue stripe and the blue stripe is wearing from being rubbed while driving. The blue paint or dye they use is rubbing off. Anyone know of a restoration or fix for this?

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      06-29-2018, 06:25 PM   #2
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Others have said find a magic marker to match. Not much else you can do. I do not recall reading that there is a dye or paint to match. Look for that thread and see what they he ended up doing. My blue stripe is starting to turn a bit also so I am curious. And I will certainly give you consideration when the next election comes up depending on who the candidates are.
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Others have said find a magic marker to match. Not much else you can do. I do not recall reading that there is a dye or paint to match. Look for that thread and see what they he ended up doing. My blue stripe is starting to turn a bit also so I am curious. And I will certainly give you consideration when the next election comes up depending on who the candidates are.
Lol! Every vote counts 😂 Now that you mention a marker, I'm going to look for a pen/marker that is close to the blue and just do it over. I'll just mask it off. The toughest part is finding a similar color that applies to that texture.
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