Bus seats

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Bus seats made of leather

In some travel buses the head rests are made of leather. Most common is pigmented smooth leather. Pigmented leather is easy to clean and care for. High-quality semi aniline leather is also used occasionally. However, this type is much finer, softer and has a shorter life cycle, as the higher sensitivity makes it more difficult to clean than the pigmented smooth leather. Body grease and contact areas suffer the most amount of wear on such leather and stains become more visible over time.


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The typical wear on pigmented leather, which can be easily repaired.

 

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The typical fat stains in hair contact areas on porous leather. Such leather also tends to fade.

 


The care recommendation

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