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Terms About Leather Goods Dealers

If you are shopping for leather jackets, luggage, furniture, or other products, a good leather dealer will have a quality items in stock for you to choose from. The following are some popular terms to be familiar with when visiting a leather goods dealer.

  • Chaps – Chaps are an article of clothing designed to be worn over pants that cover the legs. Chaps are worn for protection when riding or horse or sometimes as a fashion statement.
  • Full-grain – Full-grain leathers are considered to be of the finest quality. Full-grain leathers are not buffed or sanded to remove imperfections in the hide, which gives them a high level of durability. Full-grain leathers are used to make high-end goods like furniture and designer apparel.
  • Top-grain – Top-grain leather is the second finest quality of leather after full-grain. Top-grain hides are thinner are for flexible than full-grains because they are sanded down and finished. Top-grain leather goods are cheaper and more stain resistant as well. They are frequently used to make furniture and luggage because of these qualities.
  • Suede – Suede is a variety of leather that has a soft, somewhat fuzzy surface. Suede is used to make apparel, shoes, bags, and many other leather products. Suede is less durable than other types of leather and can be easily damaged by water.
  • Patent Leather – Patent leather is a type of leather with a shiny finish applied. It is waterproof and easy to clean. Patent leather is commonly used by manufacturers to make dress shoes for both men and women.
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    Leather Accents & Gifts
    717 W Main St, Lake Geneva, WI 53147
    (262) 248-0421
    Kelly's Leather Works
    10320 N Main St, Richmond, IL 60071
    (815) 678-4200
    Tandy Leather Factory
    1041 Davis Rd, Elgin, IL 60123
    (847) 289-5227
    Double L Leather Shop
    27021 Plank Rd, Burlington, WI 53105
    (262) 878-2361
    Sacred Feather
    417 State St Ste 1, Madison, WI 53703
    (608) 255-2071
    Leatherworks Goodweilers
    1258 State Road 23, Mineral Point, WI 53565
    (608) 987-2768
    Raddatz C S Leather Co
    631 W Capitol Dr Stop C, Hartland, WI 53029
    (262) 367-3211
    Tandy Leather Factory
    5606 S 108th St, Hales Corners, WI 53130
    (414) 529-5725
    Daniel Lynch Celtic
    6482 Blackhawk Trl Ste 506, La Grange, IL 60525
    (708) 829-8392
    Ruby Leather Co
    6125 W Bluemound Rd, Milwaukee, WI 53213
    (414) 778-2288
    Leather Finishing Corp
    2615 W Greves St, Milwaukee, WI 53233
    (414) 342-2140
    Nates's Leather and Suede Salon
    2950 W 63rd St, Chicago, IL 60629
    (773) 925-1973
    Angelo's Leathers & Furs Inc
    5209 W 95th St, Oak Lawn, IL 60453
    (708) 423-6663
    Leather Coat Factory Outlet Store
    1700 Burlington Ave, Kewanee, IL 61443
    (309) 852-0102

    Manufacturers produce leather goods for dealers, distributors, and retailers. The soft material is refined before it's shipped to suppliers who sell the material to designers and manufacturers. The process to refine the material takes time and energy, but the resulting material is soft, supple, and durable. The first step in turning cow hide into suede or leather involves stripping the skin of hair and fat. The hide is soaked to remove grease and flesh. Then it's bleached, pickled, depickled, and tanned. During the tanning process, the material soaks in chemicals, vegetable oils, or minerals. After processing, the material is polished with oil to create a waterproof seal. The owner of apparel, shoes, and other accessory items should rub the surfaces with mink oil or other conditioners regularly to protect the material. Dealers buy furniture, gift items, and luggage to sell to retailers. When customers need items like briefcases, belts, or other accessories, they head to the retailer to make a purchase. When you buy from furniture or other items direct from the manufacturer, you can save money. If you purchase furnishings, ask the store if they include the special cleaners with the item. Many will throw in a complimentary bottle as a thank you gift. Goods made from this material include luggage, handbags, and apparel. Specialty items like new chaps sell in farm stores or equestrian retailers. Find vintage jackets in used stores. Look for used sale items for huge discounts in thrift shops and second-hand stores. Get the cheapest prices for used leather items.
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