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How To Care For Your Pigskin Leather

Pigskin leather can be found almost everywhere these days. This might surprise you but this leather is relatively new on the leather history; is only thanks to the last advances in technology in leather skinning that this leather has become available in enough quantity and quality to work for chrome tanning. Pigskin is durable, flexible, light, supple, and inherently porous. Its inviting nature attracts wide ranges of dyes and colors, giving it a personal touch that has only boosted its popularity. Additionally, pigskin leather has the highest tensile rating of all leather apart from kangaroo, which basically means that you’re going to have to get pretty creative to break it. Of course, pigs tend to be very aggressive animals. During...

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