Leather Type: Sauvage
Sauvage is made on high quality hides, and has a pleasing semi-aniline handle. A slight two-tone effect is evident and is achieved by using pigments in the initial coat, with later coats containing a contrasting dye. These hides are uncorrected and will show all natural marks and scars, giving evidence of the natural origin of this type of leather. Sauvage is very soft and supple leather and needs a little more care in use than pigmented hides, as it can be easily scratched or scuffed.
Sauvage is available in the following:
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A dampened cloth and a pure mild soap solution can be used for light marks, however extra care should be taken, as this type of leather can easily be damaged by spillages and soiling. Do not
wet the leather as water staining may occur. Do not use detergent products. Read carefully the labels on proprietary cleaners to check that they are suitable for this kind of leather.