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Brompton Brown LL
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Brompton Brown LL
Light Protection - Full Grain Aniline Leather


Light Protection


These leathers are our most natural with color and character like no other. They have the greatest level of variation in color and texture. Natural markings, including wrinkles and scars, are visible. Because these leathers have the lightest level of protection, they will scratch easily, fade from exposure to light, and need to be cleaned right away when spills occur.


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Light Protection - Full Grain Aniline Leather


Light Protection


These leathers are our most natural with color and character like no other. They have the greatest level of variation in color and texture. Natural markings, including wrinkles and scars, are visible. Because these leathers have the lightest level of protection, they will scratch easily, fade from exposure to light, and need to be cleaned right away when spills occur.


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SWATCH#: Leather Handle
GRADE: 10
COMMENTS: Our Brompton leather represents a blending of today’s technology with the dedication and skill of Old World artisans from a one-hundred-fifty-year-old Italian tannery. This natural leather is produced on the finest hides available, then processed with pure water straight from the Italian alps. An innovative hot wax tannage techniques highlight the natural tones and rich colors of this leather that will only be enhanced over time in both feel and appearance.
Caring for Leather

Caring for leather

  • Dust your leather upholstery periodically with a soft, dry cloth to prevent dust and debris from building up.
  • Never use harsh cleaners or solvents on leather as they could abrade the finish or topcoat off the leather.
  • Any spill or stain should be blotted immediately with a soft, dry, white cloth. For stubborn spills and stains, a lightly damp cloth with warm water should be blotted on the stain to lift and remove it. If this does not work, a diluted solution of mild soap (color free and Ph neutral) and water should be mixed and then blotted to release the stain, and then blotted again with a dry, white cloth. With each option, BE SURE TO BLOT - NOT SCRUB. Cleaning should never be done heavily or in a scrubbing motion.
  • Clean an area at least twice the size of the stain. Allow the area to dry naturally as the application of heat can harden the leather.
  • All aniline dyed leather will fade from exposure to sunlight.
  • We suggest purchasing a cleaning cloth from our leather vendor, Moore & Giles.
    Visit https://www.mooreandgiles.com/shop/cleaning-cloth/ to purchase.
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Leather is never uniform. Variations in color shade and depth (light, medium, dark), and grain (smooth, pebbled) will occur from hide to hide and even within the hide. Our leathers (excluding those in the Pigmented category) bear the natural characteristics and markings of the hides from which they were made. Environment, climate, feed type, and husbandry all have a direct correlation to the natural characteristics (pore size, stretch marks, “lines” from neck and shoulder wrinkles) and markings (brands, manure damage, parasitic damage, and healed scars/scratches from barbed wire and bug bites) you will find within a hide. Inherent in the nature of this raw material and visible through the transparent dyes used on our aniline and semi-aniline leathers, these characteristics/markings are a testament to the authenticity of our leathers and should not be considered a defect. With use, the leather surface will scuff and a beautiful vintage patina will develop.
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