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Genuine Leather products are crafted using the skin of animals, primarily animals reared as cattle such as goats, sheep, pigs and cow.
Genuine leather is split into multiple types:
Aniline - Aniline leather is high quality, top-grain leather that has no protective treatment applied.
Semi-aniline - Semi-aniline leather is pure aniline leather that has a light surface coating of pigment or clear finish.
Pigmented - Pigmented leather is top-grain leather that has been coated with a clear top layer or pigment
Faux Leather is made from a fabric base, which is chemically treated with an amalgamation of wax, dye and polyurethane for a particular colour and texture. Faux leather ultimately, unlike genuine leather is artificial and while providing a similar look and feel to genuine leather offers a wider scope for experimentation and flexibility.
Advantages of Authentic Leather
Genuine leather|’s contribution to shaping our civilization maybe as gargantuan as the wheel.
Through the different stages of the evolution of the neanderthal, animal hide has been a flexible material that has been use as not only in tools but also as a clothing.
Genuine leather is a robust and beautiful material thats unique nature of having a fine grain texture has made in a popular choice of material in premium and high end luxury clothing and other fashion accessories.
Leather provides a finishing that when handled carefully and maintained only gets better with time.
Advantages of Faux Leather
Faux leather or artificial leather is a man-made substitute to genuine leather. Providing the same exact feel and look as genuine leather, the material is an amalgamation of a synthetic polymer blend.
Faux leather is artificially manufactured and this allows manufactures the flexibility of shaping the grain and the choice of colour of shade, providing products at a cheaper price than their genuine leather counterparts.