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Leather Care June 09 2015

For over 6 years, United Split has been providing high quality urban leather products to people all across the world. Our underlying motto is: “Deep contrasts create real variety”. Our goods are made of only the highest quality premium materials, that has that Urban “edge” of style and fashion. We understand that cheaply made products never last, and only premium products reigns king in the end. For you leather product for maintenance of their quality, UnitedSplit provide Cleaner for your leather product.

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From time to time you may find that you need to clean your leather, whatever its use and important to know what type of leather finish you have before you start. Suede, nubuck and aniline leathers have little or no protective surface coating, which means they require special care. A pigmented (protected) leather on the other hand is more robust. We are the largest supplier of leather care, leather cleaner, leather restoration and leather repair materials to manufacturers, the trade, and general public. Leather requires a special set of products to ensure these hard wearing, yet chemically sensitive surfaces, remain in perfect condition. If you are unsure whether something is real leather, it can be safely used on faux leather too. Leather Cleaner will not add a shine to your seat, but leave it with a natural matt finish. It is free of silicones and other masking agents that can leave an unpleasant feel to your interior. This products would help you take great care of your leather products. Our products  i.e. Tarrago Leather Care Balm, Tarrago Protector Universal Suede Spray, Tarrago Suede Dye for Suede, Woly Shoe Cream are more reliable for the protection of your leather goods. Despite the wide range we offer, we make sure every product has excellent quality and makes our customers happy. We know that if our customer are not simply blown away by our high-quality products that we haven’t done our job and we’ll always strive for TRUE GREATNESS. This is what makes United Split great, and we look forward to an even brighter future ahead!

Care And Keeping of Leather June 30 2014

If you have spent your hard earned money on leather items, you know first hand that they are indeed an investment.  The one question we always here, whether our client owns a leather bag, wallet, belt or purse is “What is the best way to care for my leather?”.
This is a great question, because with proper care, your leather item can virtually last forever.  And contrary to popular belief, leather care, cleaning and maintenance doesn’t have to be difficult.  You can care for your leather bag, wallet or purse from the comfort of your own home to ensure that you extend the wear of your leather pieces for years to come. 
Firstly, let’s talk about storage of leather.  This is the most important component of leather care because if your leather item is properly stored, you can extend its life immensely.  You want to make sure that you store your leather investment properly, in an area where the temperature is fair (not extremely hot or cold).  You also want to avoid dryer areas or areas where there as an increased amount of humidity.  Another point worth mentioning is that you want to keep your leather away from places where it can get soaked or wet.  This plays a large role in the maintaining of your leather item.
If your leather does happen to get soiled, you’ll want to know that it is possible to clean and condition it to help it look brand new again.  30 seconds is all it takes for a full leather conditioning and this will also make a large difference in its appearance. Normally you’ll just need a little soap and water after an item gets soiled.  Or if you want to purchase the leather you’ve bought at a thrift store you want to make sure you polish it up.
While you may not think it, leather materials can get stained.  Don’t think your timeless item is ruined though.  Stain removal is possible even on leather items.  In fact, it should come out easily with soap and water applied to the affected area.  What you may not know is that blood, oil and wax in a few cases.  These are just many of the different ways that stains can be removed from leather items. 
Lastly, we’ll be addressing how to eliminate odors from your leather items because leathers can often be prone to picking up and holding onto these odors.  Once they are in, they are stubborn to get out which is why its important to dress them quickly.  What you may want to do is invest in a leather specialist who may be able to help you safely remove the odor without impacting your leather item.  This is the ideal solution for treating odors.  
Remember that, above all, you want to avoid getting your leather soiled, soaked or let it dry out.  Taking the tips suggested above can help you make sure that your leather never reaches such a condition in the first place, thereby maintaining the quality and appearance of your leather item.