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The differences between a bonded leather sofa to a genuine leather sofa are Genuine leather is a high-quality product made by following a series of complex steps. First, the leather hides are split to reduce the thickness and bonded leather is not a single-piece leather. Instead, it is a combination of leftover pieces of the hide and other recycled stuff. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: What are the differences between a bonded leather sofa to a genuine leather sofa?


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What are the differences between a bonded leather
sofa to a genuine leather sofa?
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Bonded Leather Sofa Genuine Leather Sofa
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  • When you want to revamp the appearance of your
    living room, there are uncomplicated ways.
  • Just replace the old and boring old sofa with a
    new, stylish leather sofa adelaide.
  • You will be astonished by the transformation.
  • Yes, a sofa can bring a massive change in the
    whole look. Hence, it is vital that you spend a
    couple of hours in comparing the choices before
    jumping to the conclusion.
  • Even if you have decided to buy a leather sofa
    shop adelaide, still there are multiple options.
    Will you vote for a bonded leather sofa or a
    genuine leather sofa?
  • What is the difference? Lets know something
    about it.

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  • What is Genuine Leather?
  • Genuine leather is a high-quality product made
    by following a series of complex steps.
  • First, the leather hides are split to reduce the
    thickness. Based on the granularity, they are
    divided into three categories
  • Full grain leather It is made up of the topmost
    layer of the hide. It retains all the grains.
    Hence, considered the highest quality leather.
  • Top grain leather It is made by cutting the
    outer layer of the hide. This leather is quite
    sturdy, and it lasts longer. It is considered
    inferior to the full grain leather, though.

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  • Split grain leather This is the lowest quality
    leather that is prone to cracking. It tears down
    easily because it is made from the inner, weaker
    layers of the hide.
  • When you buy a genuine leather sofa, it is
    important to know what category of leather is
    used there?
  • Typically, low-quality, inexpensive sofa set is
    made from split grain leather. You pay less but
    get frustrated with the mediocre quality and
    short lifespan.
  • A good-quality sofa is made from full grain
    leather. It looks brilliant and gives
    long-lasting service.

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  • What is Bonded Leather?
  • You will be amazed to know that the bonded
    leather is not a single-piece leather. Instead,
    it is a combination of leftover pieces of the
    hide and other recycled stuff.
  • It is shredded and bonded together to make
    upholstery. There is support or backing of
    Polyurethane fabric to the leather surface.
  • The appearance of bonded leather is like the
    leather. In fact, it is made so glossy and
    sophisticated that it beats genuine leather in
    style sometimes.
  • When you buy a bonded leather sofa, it is sure
    that it will not last long. Very soon the sofa
    will lose the charm.

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  • For durability and class, always buy genuine
    leather sofa if cost is not an inhibiting
    aspect.
  • As one of the most recognizable leather lounges
    adelaide visit SA Lounge Suites, Gepps Cross
    store and be inspired to create a new look for
    your home, call for more information at (08) 8359
    8840.
  • Also Read
  • Five Steps to Choose a Small Apartment Couch
  • Best Tips on Where to Buy a Sofa in Adelaide

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  • (08) 83598840
  • E-Mail-
  • salesgx_at_saloungesuites.com
  • Timing- Monday to Saturday
  • (9.30AM - 5.30 PM )

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