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Maintaining leather with care

by Clean India Journal - Editor
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The leather and leather products exports from India has gained momentum during the past two decades, recording US$ 5.92 billion in FY 2015-16. Leather, whether it is used in footwear, apparels, furniture, interiors or car, it has its own charm and give a royal touch. However, maintaining it at the same time can be tricky.

Let us first understand the types of leather material:

• Chrome-tanned leather
• Vegetable-tanned leather
• Aldehyde-tanned leather
• Synthetic-tanned leather
• Alum-tanned leather

In general, leather is sold in Full-grain leather or Top-Grain leather; Corrected-Grain leather and Split leather. Leather is expensive, and we’re conditioned to think of it as a delicate material. From shoes to handbag to the couch, leather can leave you feeling royal and hence the need to make it last forever. Taking care of leather goods can be tricky.

Just like any other material, leather items get dirty and require to be cared to retain or restore back their beautiful forms. Though leather goods are quite durable and hard wearing, they need to be washed to remove stains, grease or just a build-up of general household germs.

Some common stains on leather include ink marks, urine stains, oil stains from food, skin, and hair water stains.

Leather also has the tendency to stain rather easily and it is tough when it comes to removing it.

Just like our own skin, leather has pores which need to breath and thus, needs to be prevented from going dry. Regular cleaning, even if it is just a quick wipe-down with a damp cloth is a must. Typically bags will need a more thorough cleaning every 2-3 months by a professional or special cleaning products.

Using a regular soap or detergent to tackle the stains will harm the leather because soap residue left behind will prevent the material from breathing, causing dry patches and cracking.

Buzil Rossari Pvt.Ltd’s Buz® Leather C 580 is a unique product for leather cleaning. It not only thoroughly cleans leather accessories but also helps to increase its durability.

Features

• Universal maintenance
• Intensive care effect
• Lightly scented
• Value for money as used sparingly
• Ideal for shoes, accessories, vehicle interiors, clothing

Technical data
• pH value 8,2 – 8,6
• Product colour white
• Packing drum sizes/unit 6 x 250 ml bottles in a carton

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