Prior to sending us your steering wheel, probably the best starting point is to e-mail us some photos of the proposed wheel, in this way we can ascertain what is required and an idea of costs can be gained. In our niche business, we enhance or customize your original steering wheel, using our silver pearl or marble finishes, tinted to your colour requirements. In this way you can use your “artistic license” and turn your steering wheel into something really special! This also gives you the opportunity to have an original type of steering wheel and put your own particular stamp on it.
We are not “recasters”
Following any necessary repair work undertaken. All of our work is completely hand built and hand plasticised using a very durable plastic coating which is between 0.5ml to 1 ml in thickness and also has a wonderful feel to it. The finish is far superior to any of the usual “bog and paint” restorations.
Ours is a time honoured craft which involves a progression of hand applied applications.
Can I send my Steering wheel to you?
Within Australia most wheels are sent by Australian Post, however it is always a good idea to register your parcel, as we do, on its return to you.
For our overseas customers, please contact us to enquire about customs and shipping protocol.
We ship from this end via Australia Post International Express Courier 2-3 days in transit and totally trackable door to door.
What sort of steering wheels?
Only hard surfaced wheels ie bakelite plastic or wood can be plasticised/encapsulated using our materials
We cannot plasticise soft or spongy wheels
How long does the process take?
Depending on work load and condition of the wheel, we usually allow 3-4 weeks to complete a job.
Colour Matching, Chroming and Polishing
We can match up any colour, either by a sample for eye match or given an automotive paint code and pigment our pearl plastic to tone in or match interior or exterior colours.
All chrome/nickel work and polishing of alloy parts is outsourced.
Durability, Care, & Maintenance
Afford your newly restored steering wheel the same care you would give your car paint finish. Avoid contaminants, abrasives and solvents, also unnecessary prolonged exposure to strong sunlight. Polish with a soft cloth and occasionally if desired, a small amount of non-silicone car polish can be applied to the steering wheel.
- Although all due care is always taken, we will in no way be held responsible for the loss of any associated parts that are shipped with the steering wheel for incidental repair, either in house or outsourced (chroming and polishing)