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Old 05-28-2009, 02:46 PM   #22
George LRP
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Join Date: May 2009
Location: Aiken, SC
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My Ride: BMW 740il
Hi Greg and friends, I'm always happy to help. It's good to have an example such as this one. The seats can easily look like new again with minimal work and care as the leather is intact, and not cracked or damaged.
The dye will not come off on clothes as the pigment is encapsulated in a 6 link co-polymer base that bonds into the leather fibers. Our company formulated water based dye technolgy back in 1960, that everyone emulated by the laste '80's as the laquer based technolgy was found to be hazardous. My dad died of cancer in 1982, from spraying lacquers and smoking of course. So we personally strive to make sure everything we manufacture is safe for us and for the environment, and will be durable.
My regards,
George
www.Leatherique.com
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