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 NUBUCK
(Cleaning Code = N)
CHARACTERISTICS
Comfort: Excellent Natural Markings: Visible Color: Shading is normal Cleanability: Moderate Resistance to Fading: Low
Leather Care Tips:
Try to maintain at least two feet between your furniture and heating sources. Prolonged exposure to heat vents or radiators will cause your leather to dry out. Protect your furniture from all sources of sunlight.
All Nubuck leathers will fade when exposed to direct sunlight. Do not place your furniture by windows, under skylights, or any place where your furniture is in the sunlight.
Keep the leather dust-free with weekly vacuuming.
Use a nubuck cleaning cloth to pick up surface soiling and return the leather to its original look and feel. Simply wrap the cloth around a soft dry sponge and rub the leather in several directions to lift soiling and renew the Nubuck effect.This will also reverse flat and shiny areas that appear from use. All leathers perform better when preventative maintenance is practiced.Treatment of the surface with a nubuck protectant will greatly improve
the leathers resistance to staining and soiling. It is most important that you treat the high use areas like seats, backs, and arms.
For water-based stains use a Nubuck Cleaner. Apply
the cleaner to a soft sponge and squeeze to produce white foam. Gently work the foam into the area with the sponge. Allow to dry and use the cleaning cloth to renew Nubuck effect.Then apply Nubuck Protector. For oil based stains use a leather degreaser. If leather “washing” is completely necessary, use warm water only.
LEATHER CARE TIPS
LEATHER TYPES
ANILINE
(Cleaning Code = A)
CHARACTERISTICS
Comfort: Excellent Natural Markings: Visible Color: Shading is normal Cleanability: Moderate Resistance to Fading: Low
PROTECTED
(Cleaning Codes = P & SA)
(also called pigmented or corrected; SA = Semi-Aniline)
CHARACTERISTICS
Comfort: Consistent Natural Markings: Hidden Color: Uniform Cleanability: Excellent Resistance to Fading: High*
* It is always best to avoid direct sunlight.
LEATHER CARE AND CLEANING
Try to maintain at least two feet between your furniture and heating sources. Prolonged exposure to heat vents or radiators will cause your leather to dry out. Avoid placing your furniture in direct sunlight. All materials will fade over time when placed in direct sunlight. Aniline leathers are especially sensitive to sunlight. Do not place Aniline leathers near windows or under skylights.
Like all items in your home, leather can accumulate dust. Lightly dampen a soft cloth and dust weekly.You may also use the
soft brush attachment on your vacuum cleaner. With leather you can fully remove dust particles from the surface making it ideal for dust sensitive persons.
All leathers perform better when preventative maintenance is practiced. For Aniline and Protected leathers, apply a protection cream to the surface of the leather to help resist staining and prevent overall soiling. It is most important that you treat the high use areas like seats, backs, and arms.
As a general rule, fully clean your furniture with a leather soft cleaner at least every six months to remove dirt as well as the gradual accumulation of body oils and perspiration. Aniline leathers are very absorbent and may require more frequent cleaning when used in high use areas like aTV room. After cleaning, reapply a protection cream to the leather to renew the protection level.
If leather “washing” is completely necessary, use warm water only.
Never use harsh chemicals or cleaning agents on your leather furniture. Avoid all products containing solvents or oils because they may negatively affect the surface of the leather.



































































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