Friday, November 11, 2011

Nappa Leather

What is Nappa Leather?
Nappa leather or Napa leather is a full-grain leather, typically dyed, made from unsplit kid-, lamb- or sheep-skin by tanning with salts of chromium or aluminium sulfate, and noted for softness and durability. It is often used in high-quality leather products

Things you should know about Nappa Leather handbags :-
  • Nappa leather is quite absorbent, so avoid spills and moisture of any kind.
  • Remove topical dust by wipe it off regularly with a clean, dry cotton cloth.
  • Any scuff marks can be removed using an uncolored or natural pencil eraser
  • Store your Nappa leather bags in a box or cotton dust bag when not in use. Never put into plastic bags as it needs to breathe and tuck the strap inside to prevent it from scratching the leather.

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