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Special Services for the Cleaning, Repairing and Resoration of Leather

The two main leather types are protected leather (about 80% of the leather sales) and aniline leather (about 12% of the leather sales)

In our problem solver, we mention nubuck leather, which normally needs the special attention of a qualified leather restorer.

In addition to the above three leather types, there are suede, Bycast, "pull-up" and oily leathers.
These types of leathers, although less common, do account for a significant part of the market share and Care 4 Leather have the products for the cleaning and restoration of these.

Suede leather is identified by the surface being fibrous with no shiny grain surface.

Bycast leather looks like protected leather but has a very regular appearance.

Pull up leather is a type which looks lighter when the leather is stretched or bent outwards.

Oily leather has a "greasy" feel to the touch.

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No matter what your leather type is, no matter what your leather is made into,
Care 4 Leather can clean, repair or restore it.