Is it real leather? Does it need some moisturizer from time to time?
If only the mechanics at the dealership did this...:frownThe best way to keep your steering wheel looking nice is to just wash your hands before driving. I can't tell you how many disgusting steering wheels I have had to touch that have years of grime caked into them. I always wash hands before getting in...
Yeah, I've seen mechanics on the shop floor go from holding a greasy part to jumping in the car to move it. I usually just buy some of those plastic steering wheel covers for services (100 pack for $15 on amazon!). The European car specialist I go to always puts these on the steering wheels and a plastic seat cover on (I already have seat covers on). I think the dealer thinks I'm crazy for bringing my own wheel cover, but at the end of the day, I have a clean steering wheel. :winkIf only the mechanics at the dealership did this...:frown