What is Premium? The literal meaning of Premium is supreme. In fact, premium does not mean more service but rather superior quality of service or behavior and performance with a different experience. The same is true for premium leather products. In fact, the product of a person or a premium organization is not a luxury but people cannot afford to buy it.
What are the different grades of leather?
The quality of the leather determines its durability and quality, as well as the price of the leather. Which part of the animal’s body is made of leather determines the quality of the leather, and accordingly the leather is divided into four general categories:
Classy leather is the best type of leather. Its fibers are dense and waterproof and comprise thirteen percent of the animal’s body area. This type of leather is the most durable and beautiful type of leather that is resistant to decay and scratches.
Second Class Leather: This type of leather is of good quality and comprises 30% of the animal’s skin area. This type of leather is durable, relatively waterproof and aesthetically acceptable.
Tier 3 leather is of medium quality and comprises about 5% of the animal’s body area. Grade 3 leather absorbs and swells and is unacceptable in terms of durability and beauty.
Fourth grade leather The rest of the leather that covers the lower part of the animal’s body can only be used when it is used for unspecified parts of clothing and footwear. It has the least durability and beauty and is often discarded.
Moroccan, Spanish and Russian leather are also some of the best leather in the world. They are usually tanned with herbal ingredients.
Full Grain Leather vs. Genuine Leather & Lesser Grades
Full grain leather is a leather that is not subjected to various processes such as sanding, shining, and so on to eliminate the appearance of defective leather (marks that are naturally present on it). The remaining grains on the leather give it more durability and durability.
Types of leather are generally divided into natural and artificial leather. Originally, leather is divided into three categories of animal leather, human leather, and vegetable leather, each with different branches. So the question is how to identify the Genuine leather grade?
– If the phrase “man made material” was on leather, you would not buy it because it is artificial leather. Natural leather should basically have one of the genuine leather, fall grain leather or Made with animal product.
– Natural leather types should have pores, lines and wrinkles because they are made from animal skin.
– Press some leather, natural leather will be wrinkled when compressed like human skin. Artificial leather usually does not change.
– Natural leather gives a natural smell to the skin, but synthetic leather smells of chemicals and plastics.
– Hold the lighter on a piece of leather for 2 to 5 seconds. Natural leather only burns a bit and gives a scent of burnt hair, but artificial leather catches fire and gives off a plastic smell.
What are the important applications of premium leather?
Leather has been an important commodity since ancient times. Before human beings could be woven into the fabric of vegetable fibers, leather played a key role in covering the human body. Leather is a natural texture with a special structure. In addition to being insulated against heat and electricity, it is also resistant to air and water and at the same time passes water vapor and has considerable flexibility.
In general, most of the leather used by humans comes from the skin of animals such as cows, sheep, goats and pigs. These animals are raised mostly for their meat and their skin is actually a by-product. But there are also some animals that are hunted for their skin only.
Such as snakes, lizards, lizards and crocodiles.