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12-06-16, 22:06   #11
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Γενικά το λέω. Όπως επίσης και ότι όλοι οι φανοποιοί δεν "κατέχουν" το άθλημα του detailing! Το τι έχουν δει τα μάτια μου δεν περιγράφεται...!!
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δεδομενου οτι δεν εχω σκουπα για υηρα,ξερουμε κανεναν καλο ειδικο για βιολογικο καθισματων στην σαλονικα?
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βρηκα διαβαζοντας αυτο σε ενα παλιοοο φορουμ...ενδιαφερουσα αποψη για τον καθαρισμο και προστασια δερματος

[QUOTE]Leatherman

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[report][news]Thursday 23rd June 2005quotequote all
I manufacture Upholstery Leather for a living and can tell you that 90% of problems are the result of so called cleaning and conditioning products. Automotive leather has such a heavy pigment coat applied to it to ensure that it meets the incredibly long list of requirements set by the motor manufacturers that it might as well be vinyl. All that is needed to clean it is a slightly damp cloth and a soap solution (natural not perfumed) or a light squirt of fairy liquid. If you apply any of the so called hide food's all you will do is to break down the surface of the leather and cause premature wear. The British Leather Confederation carried out tests on a large quantity of these products and came to the conclusion that they are either, a complete waste of money because they are in fact only soap and water, or caused damage to the leather surface.
In the good old days of vegetable tanned leather as used in cars prior to about 1960 it was essential to use a hide food because the leather did not have a pigment coating and would dry out quite quickly. Modern leather is chrome tanned and does not suffer the same problems. /QUOTE]

[QUOTE]Leatherman

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Stackmonkey - Your leather will feel softer because tack cleaner and conditioning soap in fact will melt the pigment layer. Keep it for the horse tack which is made from vegetable tanned leather and needs to be regularly oiled to keep it supple.It has no pigment layer so the oils go straight in. With chrome tanned leather such as yours it sits on the surface and eats away at the pigment coating. Good old soap and water is all you need and if the dirt is engrained use a soft nail brush.

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I know the Gliptone products very well because we tested them on our upholstery leather. The tests were carried out by the BLC (British Leather Confederation) before and after application. The conclusion was that the leather without the product passed the rub test which is a test designed to simulate wear. The same leather after application failed because the product has softened the pigment coating and caused premature wear.
The Halfords product is probably in fact a mixture of soap and water so why pay for something you can get out of the tap at home.
This is the conclusion of the BLC after testing a variety of different products on the market.

Quote "Investigations at our laboratories have shown that some proprietry cleaners and conditioners do cause damage to the leather finish and accelerate the effects of normal wear and tear. Therefore, we do not advocate the use of proprietry products, but suggest that upholstery leather is only cleaned with a soft white cloth dampened in warm mild soapy water and then wiped off with another cloth dampened in plain water. It is important not to wet the leather" Unquote

This advice is even more important for those of you with leather furniture in your homes which is far less durable than automotive leather.

As far as very hot water is concerned, forget it. /QUOTE]

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BalmoralGreen - Its up to you whether or not you use liquid leather or not. All I can do is to give you the information that the BLC came up with. They are the world renowned experts in such matters. One thing is for sure, you cannot make automotive leather softer by applying a product. The degree softness is dictated during the tanning operation. Automotive leather is deliberatly made with a firm feel to keep it from stretching and going baggy like Nora batty's tights. The softness you feel after applying such products is the softening of the pigment coating. If you apply a heat gun to it, it will feel soft just before the surface starts to melt.

RichB - Out of all the products available Conolly's hide food is probabbly ok.I am sure they would not put their name to something that would damage leather. Unfortunately they are no longer in business. Just make sure you are using the correct product. Dont forget Connolly's made both old and modern leathers and there should be a different product for each.
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