Snake Skin Leather

March 6, 2006 by  
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For those of you who have a fascination for leather, I'm here to bring some knowledge of this wonderful material.
Leather is a material created through the tanning of hides, skins and furs of animals, mostly cows. Leather is a material of great clothes important, and other uses are endless. With wood, leather, formed the basis of much ancient technology. skin still attached is called all just fur.
There are a number called "tan") and other ingredients found in plant material, bark tree, and other sources. It is soft and brown, with the exact shade depending on the mix of chemicals and the color of the meat. Vegetable tanned leather is not stable in water, tends to discolor, and if allowed to soak, then dry it shrinks and become less flexible and more difficult. The hot water will be reduced drastically and plasticize, becoming rigid and eventually become brittle. Alum-tanned leather with aluminum salts mixed with a variety binders and protein sources, such as flour, egg yolk, etc. Purists argue that alum-tanned leather is technically "tawed" and not tanned, as the product of this will rot in water. very light shades of leather are possible with this process, but the result is material not as flexible as vegetable tanning. Rawhide is made by scraping the skin thin, soaking in lime, and then develops it dries. As alum tanning Leather is not technically "leather", but it is usually grouped with other forms. Rawhide is stiffer and more brittle than other forms leather, and is mainly in applications such as drum heads where they do not need to flex significantly, is also cut cables for use in ropes, or seams or toys for dogs. Boiled leather is a leather products (vegetable tanned) that was hardened by immersion in hot water or boiled wax or similar substances. Historically, it has been used as a weapon because of its hardness and light weight, but also been used for binding. Chrome-tanned leather, invented in 1858, is tanned using chromium sulfate, chromium salts and others. It is more agile and more flexible vegetable tanning, and do not discolor or deform as strongly as in water vegetable tanning. More esoteric colors possible using chrome tanning. Brain-tanned leathers are exceptionally water absorbent. They are manufactured by a work process using emulsified oils (Often those of animal brains) and has not been industrialized. Known for its exceptional softness and its ability to be washed.
Leather Usually vegetable-tanned leather can be oiled to improve its water resistance. This supplements the natural oils remaining in the skin itself, which can be washed through repeated exposure to water. frequent lubrication of leather, with oil mink oil, beef up or similar material, remains flexible and improve your life dramatically.
In general, leather is sold in three ways ... Full grain leather, from the finest raw materials, are clean natural hides which have not been sanded to remove imperfections. The hair was removed. The grain remains in its natural state will force more fiber, resulting in greater durability. Grain also Natural natural breathability, resulting in greater comfort. The natural full grain surface will be healthier than other skins. Instead of using the will developed a natural "Patina" and grow more beautiful over time. The finest furniture and shoes are full grain leather.
leather Corrected-Grain (also called "premium leather). Corrected Leather is fuzzy on one side and smooth on the other. The smooth side is the side where the hair and natural grain used to be. The skins, which are made from raw materials of inferior quality, has all the natural grain of sand, and apply an artificial grain. Premium leather in general should be well painted to hide the sanding and stamping processes.
Sweden is a division within the skin. It is "fuzzy" on both sides. Suede is less durable than top grain. Suede is cheaper because many pieces of suede can be divided from a single thickness of leather, while only a piece of top grain can be done. However, like watching all the grain is in demand, manufacturers use a variety of techniques to make suede appear to be full of grain. For example, in one process, glue is mixed with a side of the chamois, then pressed between rollers, which are flattened and, although one side giving the appearance of a smooth material bloom. Whip is one of the products marketed.
Leather of other animals
Today, most leather is made from cow hide, but there are many exceptions. Lamb and deer skin are used for leather garments more expensive. Kangaroo leather is used to manufacture items that need to be strong but flexible as motorcycle gloves. Kangaroo leather is favored by motorcyclists in particular because of its lighter weight and greater abrasion resistance compared to cowhide. Leather exotic skin has more at different times in history has been considered of great beauty. For this reason, some snakes and crocodiles have been hunted to extinction.
In the 1970s, ostrich farming for their feathers became popular. As a byproduct ostrich leather, came to be available and is currently used by all the major fashion houses such as Hermes, Prada, Gucci and Louis Vuitton. This type of skin has a characteristic goose bumps "Because look like hard plastic. The skin is often dyed black and covered with round bumps in the natural cycle of the ridge back of an animal. These bumps are often the result dyed white to highlight the decoration.
The preservation and packaging of the skin
The natural fibers of leather will break over time. Hides acids are particularly vulnerable to red rot, which causes the sputtering surface and a change in consistency. Damage by the red rot is aggravated by high temperatures and relative humidity, and it is irreversible.
Exposure to long periods low relative humidity (below 40%) can cause leather to dry, irreversably modified fibrous structure of the skin.
Several treatments are available, such as air conditioners, but they are not recommended by the Conservatives, and that permeate the structure of the leather artifact with active chemicals, are rigid, and attract stains.
Alex Matthews is a veteran of the leather industry involved in the manufacture of leather products in the last 15 years. For more information on the properties of leather please contact Alex at or
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Alex Matthews is a leather industry veteran involved in leather goods manufacturing for the last 15 years. To get additional information about the properties of leather please contact Alex at or
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