- Eastwood Master Steering Wheel Repair Kit
Eastwood Master Steering Wheel Repair Kit
Money-saving Master Steering Wheel Repair Kit restores your steering wheel to like-new condition, ready to top-coat.
- PC-7 Epoxy
- Adhesion Promoter
- PRE Painting Prep
- Adhesion Promoter
- Instructions and Restoration Book
Over time, UV light from the sun depletes the elastomers in your plastic or hard-rubber steering wheels, resulting in ugly cracks that really date your car. Our Master Steering Wheel Repair Kits help you bring those steering wheels back to life.
About Eastwood Master Steering Wheel Repair Kit
Repair Plastic and Hard Rubber Steering Wheels - The ravages of time and UV light conspire to deplete your steering wheel of it's elastomers. The resultant cracks can be repaired with one of our money saving kits. Use this Master Steering Wheel Restoration Kit with 1 lb of PC-7 Epoxy (52047), an aerosol can of PRE Painting Prep (10041Z), an aerosol can of Adhesion Promotor (52366Z) instructions and a copy of the Steering Wheel Restoration Book (52017) to repair cracked wheels and ready them for the color top coat. The SEM Vinyl Dyes (52066z-52081Z) work great over this kit.
52047 1-lb. Can of PC-7 Epoxy
10041Z or 11949z PRE Painting Prep (standard or Low-VOC)
52366Z Adhesion Promoter
52017 Steering Wheel Restoration Book
Use an additional can of (52195) 1/2 lb. PC-7 or (52047) 1 lb. PC-7 as necessary to repair larger areas.
Made in the USA.
Review manual for steering wheel removal. Wash wheel with dishwashing detergent and rinse. Once dry wipe wheel down with PRE Painting Prep. Usa a triangular file to "V" out crack down to metal frame. Mix equal parts of "A" and "B" epoxy PC-7 sufficiant to fill defect/s. Press PC-7 into cracks and smooth with a finger dipped in water. Allow repair to fully harden overnight. Sand repair areas by hand with 220 proceeding to 320 grit abrasive paper. Wipe wheel with PRE Painting Prep and handle with clean disposable gloves. Apply Adhesion Promoter per label directions to fill minor imperfections and topcoat.
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