This is the first time I've done this, but I thought I'd share me efforts in case you want to do the same. I would say this requires a lot of patience.
Philips screw driver
Over or heat gun
Metal prying tool to remove old leather
Sand paper - and needle files will help
Quality tailor scissors
Dremel type tool with sander wheel
Blunt needle with 0.6 - 0.8mm thick thread in your desired colour
Take the plastic cowl thing off the back
Remove stitches with a stitch picker
Put the steering wheel in the oven at 70 degrees Celsius several times until all the leather has been removed
But the way, I've never cleaned this oven
Prise the leather off the steering wheel with a prying tool
Until all leather is removed
Edited by gaffer1986, 15 July 2016 - 09:22 PM.