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Leather Care, Cleaning and Repair: Pure Aniline

For minor stains: Blot and then clean them immediately with our Cleaner for Unprotected Leathers. Follow this with an application of our matching Conditioner.

For Regular Maintenance:

use our Cleaner for unprotected Leathers. Follow with our gentle Conditioner for Unprotected Leather. Leather furniture should be cleaner at least twice a year. (Always test on an inconspicuous spotf first.)

Once stains have set, they are very difficult if not impossible to remove. The best approach is prevention. If you purchase pure aniline furniture call Leather and Vinyl MD and arrange to have these pieces protected from stains with our Leatherguard Treatment as soon as they are delivered.

Like nubuck, repairs done to pure aniline are difficult to conceal because Aniline Dyes are semi-transparent. They can be used for very small repairs or to help conceal small stains. For most staining and damage the only viable option is to re-color the furniture by applying a pigment dye to the top of the leather effectively changing it to a protected aniline leather. Although this is not inexpensive, it will still cost much less than replacing the furniture and the high quality of this leather makes it a good option.


Semi-Aniline: A High Quality Leather with a light Top Coat
When an Aniline Leather is given a very light coating of pigment (usually with an additional chemical treatment to protect the leather) this leather becomes a semi-aniline. This leather offers much more protection from stains than a raw” leather does and if repairs are required they will not be visible as they would be with Pure Aniline.

Leather Care, Cleaning and Repair:  Semi-Aniline

For all stains: Use our Leather Cleaner for Topcoated Leathers, specially formulated for protected leathers. It is gentle but cleans deep and is pH balanced. Follow with our Leather Conditioner   for top coated and protected leather. 



Once stains have set, they are very difficult if not impossible to remove. The best approach is prevention. If you purchase pure aniline furniture call Leather and Vinyl MD and arrange to have these pieces protected from stains with our Leatherguard Treatment as soon as they are delivered.

Like nubuck, repairs done to pure aniline are difficult to conceal because Aniline Dyes are semi-transparent. They can be used for very small repairs or to help conceal small stains. For most staining and damage the only viable option is to re-color the furniture by applying a pigment dye to the top of the leather effectively changing it to a protected aniline leather. Although this is not inexpensive, it will still cost much less than replacing the furniture and the high quality of this leather makes it a good option.


Semi-Aniline: A High Quality Leather with a light Top Coat
When an Aniline Leather is given a very light coating of pigment (usually with an additional chemical treatment to protect the leather) this leather becomes a semi-aniline. This leather offers much more protection from stains than a “raw” leather does and if repairs are required they will not be visible as they would be with Pure Aniline.

Leather Care, Cleaning and Repair:  Semi-Aniline

For all stains: Use our Leather Cleaner for Topcoated Leathers, specially formulated for protected leathers. It is gentle but cleans deep and is pH balanced. Follow with our Leather Conditioner   for top coated and protected leather. 

Protected Leather: A Heavily Top Coated Leather 
This is a leather that is heavily top coated with pigment and then usually has extra protection added. It is generally a good quality leather but not top quality, and therefore not so expensive. This leather wears well, cleans well and is easy to repair. The color, however, will tend to look flat and lack depth when compared to a pure aniline. This is the leather that is used most often for car upholstery. 
   
Cleaning Protected Leather
Use our  Leather Cleaner for top coated leather  and follow with our Leather Conditioner for top coated leather. Like the Semi-Aniline and Protected Aniline these leathers are good candidates for our professional repair if they become damaged.  

Wax Pull-out Leather: A Top Quality Aniline with an Oily or Waxy Feel
Some aniline leathers have an oily or waxy feel. This leather has either fat liquors applied during tanning or it may be finished with a waxy coating. If you stretch this leather it will be lighter in the middle and so it is called 'pull-out leather' (but don’t confuse them with bycast ype your paragraph here.

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For minor stains: Blot and then clean them immediately with our Cleaner for Unprotected Leathers. Follow this with an application of our matching Conditioner.

For Regular Maintenance:


use our Cleaner for unprotected Leathers. Follow with our gentle Conditioner for Unprotected Leather. Leather furniture should be cleaner at least twice a year. (Always test on an inconspicuous spotf first.)

Once stains have set, they are very difficult if not impossible to remove. The best approach is prevention. If you purchase pure aniline furniture call Leather and Vinyl MD and arrange to have these pieces protected from stains with our Leatherguard Treatment as soon as they are delivered.

Like nubuck, repairs done to pure aniline are difficult to conceal because Aniline Dyes are semi-transparent. They can be used for very small repairs or to help conceal small stains. For most staining and damage the only viable option is to re-color the furniture by applying a pigment dye to the top of the leather effectively changing it to a protected aniline leather. Although this is not inexpensive, it will still cost much less than replacing the furniture and the high quality of this leather makes it a good option.



Semi-Aniline: A High Quality Leather with a light Top Coat
When an Aniline Leather is given a very light coating of pigment (usually with an additional chemical treatment to protect the leather) this leather becomes a semi-aniline. This leather offers much more protection from stains than a raw” leather does and if repairs are required they will not be visible as they would be with Pure Aniline.

Leather Care, Cleaning and Repair:  Semi-Aniline

For all stains: Use our Leather Cleaner for Topcoated Leathers, specially formulated for protected leathers. It is gentle but cleans deep and is pH balanced. Follow with our Leather Conditioner   for top coated and protected leather. 



Once stains have set, they are very difficult if not impossible to remove. The best approach is prevention. If you purchase pure aniline furniture call Leather and Vinyl MD and arrange to have these pieces protected from stains with our Leatherguard Treatment as soon as they are delivered.

Like nubuck, repairs done to pure aniline are difficult to conceal because Aniline Dyes are semi-transparent. They can be used for very small repairs or to help conceal small stains. For most staining and damage the only viable option is to re-color the furniture by applying a pigment dye to the top of the leather effectively changing it to a protected aniline leather. Although this is not inexpensive, it will still cost much less than replacing the furniture and the high quality of this leather makes it a good option.


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For minor stains: Blot and then clean them immediately with our Cleaner for Unprotected Leathers. Follow this with an application of our matching Conditioner.

For Regular Maintenance:


use our Cleaner for unprotected Leathers. Follow with our gentle Conditioner for Unprotected Leather. Leather furniture should be cleaner at least twice a year. (Always test on an inconspicuous spotf first.)

Once stains have set, they are very difficult if not impossible to remove. The best approach is prevention. If you purchase pure aniline furniture call Leather and Vinyl MD and arrange to have these pieces protected from stains with our Leatherguard Treatment as soon as they are delivered.

Like nubuck, repairs done to pure aniline are difficult to conceal because Aniline Dyes are semi-transparent. They can be used for very small repairs or to help conceal small stains. For most staining and damage the only viable option is to re-color the furniture by applying a pigment dye to the top of the leather effectively changing it to a protected aniline leather. Although this is not inexpensive, it will still cost much less than replacing the furniture and the high quality of this leather makes it a good option.



Semi-Aniline: A High Quality Leather with a light Top Coat
When an Aniline Leather is given a very light coating of pigment (usually with an additional chemical treatment to protect the leather) this leather becomes a semi-aniline. This leather offers much more protection from stains than a raw” leather does and if repairs are required they will not be visible as they would be with Pure Aniline.

Leather Care, Cleaning and Repair:  Semi-Aniline

For all stains: Use our Leather Cleaner for Topcoated Leathers, specially formulated for protected leathers. It is gentle but cleans deep and is pH balanced. Follow with our Leather Conditioner   for top coated and protected leather. 



Once stains have set, they are very difficult if not impossible to remove. The best approach is prevention. If you purchase pure aniline furniture call Leather and Vinyl MD and arrange to have these pieces protected from stains with our Leatherguard Treatment as soon as they are delivered.

Like nubuck, repairs done to pure aniline are difficult to conceal because Aniline Dyes are semi-transparent. They can be used for very small repairs or to help conceal small stains. For most staining and damage the only viable option is to re-color the furniture by applying a pigment dye to the top of the leather effectively changing it to a protected aniline leather. Although this is not inexpensive, it will still cost much less than replacing the furniture and the high quality of this leather makes it a good option.


Semi-Aniline: A High Quality Leather with a light Top Coat
When an Aniline Leather is given a very light coating of pigment (usually with an additional chemical treatment to protect the leather) this leather becomes a semi-aniline. This leather offers much more protection from stains than a “raw” leather does and if repairs are required they will not be visible as they would be with Pure Aniline.

Leather Care, Cleaning and Repair:  Semi-Aniline

For all stains: Use our Leather Cleaner for Topcoated Leathers, specially formulated for protected leathers. It is gentle but cleans deep and is pH balanced. Follow with our Leather Conditioner   for top coated and protected leather. 

Protected Leather: A Heavily Top Coated Leather 
This is a leather that is heavily top coated with pigment and then usually has extra protection added. It is generally a good quality leather but not top quality, and therefore not so expensive. This leather wears well, cleans well and is easy to repair. The color, however, will tend to look flat and lack depth when compared to a pure aniline. This is the leather that is used most often for car upholstery. 
   
Cleaning Protected Leather
Use our  Leather Cleaner for top coated leather  and follow with our Leather Conditioner for top coated leather. Like the Semi-Aniline and Protected Aniline these leathers are good candidates for our professional repair if they become damaged.  

Wax Pull-out Leather: A Top Quality Aniline with an Oily or Waxy Feel
Some aniline leathers have an oily or waxy feel. This leather has either fat liquors applied during tanning or it may be finished with a waxy coating. If you stretch this leather it will be lighter in the middle and so it is called 'pull-out leather' (but don’t confuse them with bycast ype your paragraph here.Type your paragraph here.

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Leather Care, Cleaning and Repair: Pure Aniline

For minor stains: Blot and then clean them immediately with our Cleaner for Unprotected Leathers. Follow this with an application of our matching Conditioner.

For Regular Maintenance:

use our Cleaner for unprotected Leathers. Follow with our gentle Conditioner for Unprotected Leather. Leather furniture should be cleaner at least twice a year. (Always test on an inconspicuous spotf first.)

Once stains have set, they are very difficult if not impossible to remove. The best approach is prevention. If you purchase pure aniline furniture call Leather and Vinyl MD and arrange to have these pieces protected from stains with our Leatherguard Treatment as soon as they are delivered.

Like nubuck, repairs done to pure aniline are difficult to conceal because Aniline Dyes are semi-transparent. They can be used for very small repairs or to help conceal small stains. For most staining and damage the only viable option is to re-color the furniture by applying a pigment dye to the top of the leather effectively changing it to a protected aniline leather. Although this is not inexpensive, it will still cost much less than replacing the furniture and the high quality of this leather makes it a good option.


Semi-Aniline: A High Quality Leather with a light Top Coat
When an Aniline Leather is given a very light coating of pigment (usually with an additional chemical treatment to protect the leather) this leather becomes a semi-aniline. This leather offers much more protection from stains than a raw” leather does and if repairs are required they will not be visible as they would be with Pure Aniline.

Leather Care, Cleaning and Repair:  Semi-Aniline

For all stains: Use our Leather Cleaner for Topcoated Leathers, specially formulated for protected leathers. It is gentle but cleans deep and is pH balanced. Follow with our Leather Conditioner   for top coated and protected leather. 



Once stains have set, they are very difficult if not impossible to remove. The best approach is prevention. If you purchase pure aniline furniture call Leather and Vinyl MD and arrange to have these pieces protected from stains with our Leatherguard Treatment as soon as they are delivered.

Like nubuck, repairs done to pure aniline are difficult to conceal because Aniline Dyes are semi-transparent. They can be used for very small repairs or to help conceal small stains. For most staining and damage the only viable option is to re-color the furniture by applying a pigment dye to the top of the leather effectively changing it to a protected aniline leather. Although this is not inexpensive, it will still cost much less than replacing the furniture and the high quality of this leather makes it a good option.


Semi-Aniline: A High Quality Leather with a light Top Coat
When an Aniline Leather is given a very light coating of pigment (usually with an additional chemical treatment to protect the leather) this leather becomes a semi-aniline. This leather offers much more protection from stains than a “raw” leather does and if repairs are required they will not be visible as they would be with Pure Aniline.

Leather Care, Cleaning and Repair:  Semi-Aniline

For all stains: Use our Leather Cleaner for Topcoated Leathers, specially formulated for protected leathers. It is gentle but cleans deep and is pH balanced. Follow with our Leather Conditioner   for top coated and protected leather. 

Protected Leather: A Heavily Top Coated Leather 
This is a leather that is heavily top coated with pigment and then usually has extra protection added. It is generally a good quality leather but not top quality, and therefore not so expensive. This leather wears well, cleans well and is easy to repair. The color, however, will tend to look flat and lack depth when compared to a pure aniline. This is the leather that is used most often for car upholstery. 
   
Cleaning Protected Leather
Use our  Leather Cleaner for top coated leather  and follow with our Leather Conditioner for top coated leather. Like the Semi-Aniline and Protected Aniline these leathers are good candidates for our professional repair if they become damaged.  

Wax Pull-out Leather: A Top Quality Aniline with an Oily or Waxy Feel
Some aniline leathers have an oily or waxy feel. This leather has either fat liquors applied during tanning or it may be finished with a waxy coating. If you stretch this leather it will be lighter in the middle and so it is called 'pull-out leather' (but don’t confuse them with bycast ype your paragraph here.