ShBlog 28: BONDED / RECONSTITUTED LEATHER
BONDED / RECONSTITUTED LEATHER (6/8)
This is possibly as far as you can go from real stuff while still being on the leather spectrum. Bonded leather is essentially the tiniest pieces of leather bonded together by a fabric/paper lining at the back. This reconstituted leather is then embossed with leather-like texture to make it look real. It’s mostly what makes for car seats, sofas, diary covers, and is the kind that starts peeling off a base later.
There’s nothing really leather about it, but for the sake for information, we deemed it important for the reader to know all the words and categories found most often.
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