With its sleek and modern look, white leather is popular for everything from couches to handbags. Yet those who have owned white leather for a while will attest to the fact that it is prone to yellowing. Unfortunately, if it is not cared for properly, that bright, brilliant white can fade to a dull, ugly yellow, and once it does there’s little that can be done to fix the problem. These tips will help you delay this process and care for the leather without encouraging yellowing.
If you are someone who loves the look of leather, then there is a good chance that you are interested in leather furniture. But maybe the price tag of 100% genuine leather is out of your budget. You may turn to bonded leather furniture, which is leather made from a mix of synthetic and genuine leather, bonded together to create a seamless look. Many leather furniture pieces are made of bonded leather.
If you want to make sure your bonded leather furniture stays in good shape for years to come, consider these care tips. There are a few important things to remember when it comes to bonded leather and how to care for it.
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