Leather has become a popular, durable, and natural upholstery covering material derived from the skins and hides of animals. Hides originate from larger animals from which leather is obtained. Suede is the fleshy side of leather, produced by reversing the skins or hides and mechanically brushing the surface to create a nap. Ultrasuede is not leather but synthetic fabric with a napped surface made to look like leather. Typically, leathers come from domestic animals such as cattle, goats, sheep and pigs, but specialty leathers may also be obtained from other animals. Leather is a rugged but unique product that requires special care.
There are numerous types of leather and suede incorporating a large variety of tanning methods, finishes, dyes or colorants; protectants, sealants, oils and waxes; plus special texturing, finishing and patterning to impart final appearance...
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