The most common types of leather are aniline, semi-aniline and pigmented leather. Aniline leather is the most natural looking, but is the least resistant to soiling. Pigmented leather is the most durable, but looks less ... More »

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Leather identification methods include touching the leather and putting a drop of water on the leather. The three types of leather are aniline, semi-aniline and pigmented, also known as protected leather. More »

Faux leather is a fabric designed to look similar to leather; however, the fabric is made of other materials. This material is used to create different products, including furniture, clothing, shoes, electronic accessori... More »

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Leathers are typically categorized into aniline, semi-aniline and pigmented types. Leathers are also classified as full-grain pigmented, corrected-grain pigmented, finished split leather and antique grain. More »

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Leather identification methods include touching the leather and putting a drop of water on the leather. The three types of leather are aniline, semi-aniline and pigmented, also known as protected leather. More »

Some different types of leather include bridle, kipskin, latigo, suede and chrome oil tanned leather. There are also shearlings and sheepskins, upholstery and vegetable tanned strap, tooling and molding leather. More »

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Untreated aniline leather, which is dyed in a drum to saturate the leather completely, is commonly considered the best type of leather furniture. This type of dyed leather is free of a stain guard that causes treated lea... More »

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