call:+86-20-89688320 / +86-13822107748
The top global supplier of customized leather
A Brief Introduction To Leather
I recently took part in a course through the Canadian Bookbinding and Book Arts Guild (CBBAG).
icking the right leather
Natalie laid out a large sample of leathers and explained the different types of skins (cow, lamb, and deer) as we touched and pulled them with our hands.
How to Paint Faux Leather Ⅱ-Applying the Paint
How to Clean a Leather Phone Case
How to Paint Faux Leather Ⅲ
NYC's Top Leather Care Store Presents The Hottest Leather Looks
Winter Leather Care: Save Your Shoes
5 Tips for Leather Care
5 Tips: How to care for leather clothing
Tenth Paper Industry Forum Advocating "One World, One leather"
How Blind Buy Scissors
Key to Happiness
Leather, made from cow hide, is a very commonly used material for shoes and other clothing materials.
Synthetic Leather is manmade fabric that looks like leather. It has leather like surface and is dyed and treated to make it have the look and feel of real leather.
A man-made polymeric material used instead of natural leather for making shoes, clothing, headgear, haberdashery, and some industrial goods.
Leather is widely used material for manufacturing garments, shoes, accessories and home decoration items.
It's not always that easy to identify the difference between a genuine leather product and a synthetic leather product.
Artificial leather represents an interesting alternative to natural leather in terms of decoration. It provides high quality for lower price.
Pleather is the perfect choice for comfort. It is more elastic than real leather so that allows it to stretch and move which is why it is used in the best massage chairs.
One advantage of water hardening is that when the piece comes out of the water it is stretchy--more so than leather that has been soaked for a much longer time in cold water, as described in my earlier article.
Take a piece of vegetable tanned leather. Immerse it in water long enough to get it soaked--ten minutes will do. Heat a pot of water to 180°.
Some years ago, I wrote an article on how to make hardened leather armor, using beeswax. Since then, I have concluded that although the method I described works reasonably well for SCA purposes
Making flat pieces such as lamellae or scales is easy. Because it is hard to predict the exact amount of shrinkage, you may want to first to water harden the whole piece of leather
Leather is an ancient, durable material created through a process of tanning animal rawhide to preserve it and make it pliable when dry.