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Leather

Leather 

Leather is a natural product. Your leather upholstery cover is unique and carries the individual markings of the animal. There are various different types of leather with specific properties and which require special care. The characteristic properties described below are typical for this product and do not form any entitlement to a claim. Increased rippling as a result of using your upholstered furniture is to be expected. With light-coloured leathers there is a risk of colour staining (jeans effect). Colour abrasion and/or colour pigment migration is unavoidable when combining light-/dark-coloured upholstery materials. Colour variations (particularly with intensive colours) are unavoidable when exposed to UV radiation (direct sunlight). Colour and structure deviations compared with the sample or within individual hides and an initial leather smell are typical for leather products. Insufficient humidity and the failure to carry out maintenance care will result in premature ageing and a brittle surface. Leather is sensitive to liquids, in particular alcohol and solvents sometimes to be found in unsuitable detergents.Note! Regular use of the cleaning and maintenance products we recommend is required in order to maintain the legal warranty. To select the correct care product, please read the relevant information in the chapter, "Important Notes on Cleaning and Care" in your Product Pass.

 

Aniline leather

Aniline leather (natural finish leather) is the most original and sophisticated type of leather. Typical properties of these leathers in use are that they are soft, warm, supple and breathable. However this natural product can also become soiled, requires a lot of care and careful use. All natural characteristics such as e.g. scars, insect bites, neck folds, brands, etc. are all evidence that this exceptional upholstery material is original and they have been left visible during processing since they are characteristic of this leather. Any colour abrasion and patina are typical of this leather when used. Scratches/score marks/grazes when coming into contact with hard objects (e.g. rivets on jeans) are to be expected. 

 

Covered leather 

Covered leather (pigmented smooth leather) is the most common type of leather used because of its finish. It has a pigmented, often embossed/clouded surface. Natural characteristics such as scars, insect bites, neck folds, etc. may be visible on this leather. Any colour abrasion is typical for this product. Scratches/score marks/grazes when coming into contact with hard objects (e.g. rivets on jeans) are to be expected.

 

Semi-aniline leather

Semi-aniline leather (lightly pigmented leather) Typical properties of this leather are that it is soft, warm, supple and breathable. However this natural product can also become soiled, requires alot of care and careful use. All natural characteristics such as scars, insect bites, neck folds, brands, etc. are evidence that this exceptional upholstery material is original and they have been largely left visible during processing since they are characteristic of this leather. Any colour abrasion and patina are typical of this leather when used. Scratches/score marks/grazes when coming into contact with hard objects (e.g. rivets on jeans) are to be expected.

 

Semi-nubuck 

Semi-nubuck leather (sanded aniline leather). The surface of this leather is sanded which makes it velvety soft to the touch. The light 'down' on the surface lends the leather a constantly changing overall look with a so-called 'writing effect'. All natural characteristics such as scars, insect bites, neck folds, brands, etc. are evidence that this exceptional upholstery material is original and they have been left visible during processing since they are characteristic of this leather. Any colour abrasion and patina are typical of this leather in use. Scratches/score marks/grazes when coming into contact with hard objects (e.g. rivets on jeans) are to be expected.