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Bonded or polyurethane leathers crack in a distinct way that turns into larger voids and delaminates. A woven knit backing or micro-suede is exposed.
Microfiber is not the same as real suede. A woven or grid texture definitely indicates a synthetic.
Due to heavy use and routine disinfecting, we discourage color changes on gym equipment. If cracks or tears need mending, please read about cracking vinyl here before you submit an evaluation.
Please learn more about restaurant and event seating here. If cracks or tears need mending, please read about cracking vinyl here before you submit an evaluation.
Please learn more about restoring garments or handbags before submitting this evaluation.
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Suede is the shaggy backside of real leather. It may or may not be the same color as the finished leather, depending on how it was dyed.
Synthetics like vinyl will have a woven or knit backing. Some faux leathers will have a fake suede or microfiber backing with fine, silk-like threads.
Put a couple drops of water on an unworn area, and wait one minute.
Note: You don't have to go darker to conceal stains!
However, changing from a dark or red color to pale shade requires double or triple the volume of color and is significantly more work and maintenance. Mitigate this by choosing the darkest possible shade.
Changing to a primary or secondary color also requires more work, more volume of color and more touch up.
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