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Old 6th March 2012, 00:33   #106
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Excellent for summers
But how do you keep the material clean?
The seat covers i can remove anytime for a spin in the washing machine..need to figure out a way to make the steering cover removable
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Old 8th March 2012, 11:20   #107
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I have been using Stanley "Progrip" covers for over 2 years now and they are good for the price they come for (700-800/- rupees).

I am about to get them replaced and have placed an order with the Stanley Delhi people.

The only concerns is you would need a good person to stick it perfectly for you, I could have gone for an intact finish but that requires the steering to be removed and then snug fit it which is not possible in Delhi due to Stanley not having any such facility here.
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Old 28th May 2012, 12:08   #108
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I had leathers installed on my Santro steering 10yrs back in Bangalore.
It was no stanley or any nakesake promoted brand.
It was an amazing work done.
It was in off JC road where I got this done in a house where those days they had the order of the limited edition safari leather upholstery to be done.

It did an amazing job all these years and lately it started peeling off.
It stitch is still perfect and in place but its peeling off and dirtying the car.

Is there any solution to stop peeling off or to peel off the whole layer?
Or should i go for new leathers over the old?
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Old 27th July 2015, 13:55   #109
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Pulling up an old thread.
I am looking for the below type of steering covers. Looked around online, many Accessories shops, Bangalore JC road; but with no luck. Any pointers on where to find them?
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Does Stanley still provide ProGrip steering grip/cover?
It worked well for 7+ years on my Santro; for Innova I couldn't get Stanley ProGrip and had to settle with some unknown brand. It has started to peel within 4 years & has started showing greenish tinge on original black colour.
Need to search for Stanley ProGrip or CoolGrip.

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