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Leather Care Definitions
Color Loss: most leathers will lighten or darken in cleaning. Most will lighten.
Shrinkage: If leather is stretched too tight when tanned, it may relax in cleaning. This causes shrinkage and may not stretch back out to the original size.
Dye Migrations: Dyes from multiple colored garments may not be stable, causing the colors to fade onto each other.
Skin Defects: Thin skins, vein marks, and scars. The tanner masks these things by using fillers. When the garment is cleaned, the fill-ers may clean out and leave holes, tears, light-colored spots, or vein lines.
Glue Stains: If proper adhesives are not used when the manufacturer makes a garment, it may leak through the leather and cause dark stains. Also, seam tape can come loose and leave glue stains.
Shading: If belly skins are used in making a garment, it may darken in areas or appear in soft leathers.
Peeling: If proper dyes are not used when a garment is made, it can peel off when cleaned.
Light-Colored Linings & Light Fleece Colors: These may pick up color from a darker colored coat that it is attached to.
Vinyl Trim: If the manufacturer has applied vinyl to parts of the garment, this portion may turn hard if processed. If a coat or dress can be processed, but the belt has a vinyl backing or is ornamented to where it is not cleanable, there may be a color variation if we process one without the other.
Attached Ornaments: Feathers, beads, sequins, painted-on designs, etc., may either melt, break, lose color, or become damaged.