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Glue synthetic leather

Imitation leather can be found in almost all areas where leather is used: in shoes, clothing, bags, fashion items, vehicle leather or seat furniture covers for armchairs or sofas, as well as office items (writing cases, documents, etc.). Visually, the producers usually succeed very well in imitating the leather surface. Even if it is an inexpensive alternative to real leather, synthetic leather does not even come close to achieving the material properties of leather (water vapor permeability, breathability, etc.).

On the other hand, there are also areas where artificial leather has advantages over leather: z. B. motorcycle seats, seats on jet skis or outer cushions of boats are more durable than alternatives made of leather. Leather-grained surfaces made of artificial leather can also be found in almost every car: whether it is hard plastic parts (e.g. steering wheel, handles, dashboards), backsides and lower parts of car seats or doors covered with artificial leather, or flexible panels for Folding roofs or switch bags. The artificial leathers used in vehicles are above all very robust.

Synthetic leather also offers advantages in the medical sector: examination or treatment furniture and dentist and massage tables are much more durable and can withstand regular disinfection without any problems.

It is not always easy to distinguish synthetic leather from real leather. The essential feature of artificial leather is usually a textile, plastic-coated back. In addition, artificial leather melts when exposed to extreme heat, whereas leather only glows. Usually, however, one can believe the manufacturer's markings.