Faux Leather Sectional Sofa – The synthetic leather or leatherette is an artificial material that imitates the appearance of leather in its most diverse slopes. More well-known like Skay, it obtained a great success from the 70s in the upholstery of silicone and sofas. Imitation leather is so successful that it is difficult to distinguish it, at first glance, from genuine leather. Thus for a much lower cost, we can boast of a room full of advantages, nice and elegant.
The faux leather sectional sofa is composed of synthetic fibers such as polyester coated with one or more layers of polymer (most of the time polyamide and to a lesser extent PCV). It has characteristics of high elasticity, resistance to use, scratches, abrasion and a micro appropriateness. There are several types of leather such as imitation leather, metallic look, imitation animal skins, another that is elastic, etc. Most stains come out with a damp cloth with soap, cotton with milk make-up remover or clay stone our advice for proper maintenance.
Place a duster cloth, slightly dampened with warm water, on a weekly basis on the surface of the sofa or armchair. The idea is to have a cloth dedicated solely for cleaning the faux leather sectional sofa, chairs, and armchairs. Act immediately on the stains to avoid any major damage on the material. For ink pen stains, use a cloth moistened with warm water and a little alcohol.