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If you’re in the market now for a recliner and you’re considering leather There are some factors that you need to look into. So imagine that you can go into a store and know about leather and make a decision, that’s Educated and one that you’re going to enjoy for years to come. So today I would like to cover four topics first durability of leather Secondly split hide versus top grain. Third is common Misconceptions with leather and lastly a product out there known as bonded leather. Today I’d like to talk to you a little about leather and specifically for topics So to begin with let’s go with durability number one Many people come in and over the years I’ve been asked is this leather durable? Is it gonna hold up? well A top grain leather is gonna last four times longer than fabric on average. Another demonstration that I’d like to do with clients, is I get a pen and I get a swatch of top grain leather and I’ll have them stick the pen into the leather to see the durability and Literally break this pen before I’m going to puncture this leather. So durability wise a top grain leather is gonna be very durable and I emphasize that because Not all leather is gonna be a top grain leather. So that brings me to topic number two What’s the difference between a split hide and a top grain? So all leather when it comes off the animal and it starts the process has to be split in half so literally if you can imagine leather and if it was that thick, which is not but if it was, they take it and they Slice it right down the center and what you have there is now we had one had now we have two We have a top grain and we have the split the split hide. Now, the difference between those two The top grain is going to be the softest the most durable also. It’s not going to make you sweat It’s gonna be very breathable So on furniture it’s what we at La-Z-Boy like to use and we believe the only Product as far as leather anywhere you touch should be the top grain the split hide Does have uses. So, sides of the furniture, back of the furniture But specifically not on the main parts of the furniture So when you go into a store you want to ask the question, “Is this top grain leather or is this a split hide leather?” What I have here is a La-Z-Boy rocker recliner that’s covered in the leather everywhere you touch is going to be top grain The sides and back are going to be a split hide and what you can see and feel when you come into a La-Z-Boy store with this combination is how a top grain is so much softer than a split hide, which you may have experienced in your car. The split hide’s gonna be a little bit grainier Just feel feel a little bit thicker just not as buttery soft as this top grain That’s something that we can actually show you and you can see the difference The topic number three that I’d like to discuss in regard to leather common misconceptions Many times in my career I’ve greeted a client and ask them if they’re looking for fabric or for leather and The answer is fabric and my response is always, “Why Fabric?” Because I want to understand my client and help them make a good decision and The response typically if they’re not looking for leather specifically is one of three things It’s too hot. It’s too cold or it’s sticky and while that conception is true It’s not true for furniture in the house with top grain leather What it is true for, is where most people get their opinion, Their car and their car leather is not typically going to be a top grain. It’s only going to be a Split hide with vinyl sides, and that’s going to have a really thick layer of polyurethane on top That’s gonna make it sticky The fact of the matter is is that a top grain leather is going to breathe well And it’s going to be the temperature of your home So that may be a reason for you to reconsider leather if you’re not currently looking. Fourth topic that I’d like to educate you on today is bonded leather That’s a term that’s very common out there and not everybody takes the time to educate their customer bonded leather in our Opinion is actually a fabric and let me tell you why Bonded leather is technically the shavings of the very top part of the leather so that a company can get down below where the the hair and the scars and Any kind of imperfections on a leather are so they can turn it into a piece of furniture that has consistency So those shavings get put into a vat with some kind of paste added to it and that product Which has leather in it is put on typically a polyurethane Possibly a polyester fabric and it’s bonded to the back of it, which makes it bonded leather So while it has a great hand and is a great product for somebody who likes a fabric with a leather feel It’s not actually leather Hopefully the information I’ve given you today is giving you the ability to go make a smart decision in buying a leather product. The four topics out of whenever today durability number one Number two top grain versus split hide and the differences there. Number three common Misconceptions and number four Bonded leather and what it actually is. Here at La-Z-Boy We’re trained four times industry standard to be able to give you that kind of information To lead guide and direct you through your purchase So if you’re looking for leather furniture and specifically leather recliners, we’re the best out there We’d love to have you in our stores here in the southeast again Dustin Degoursey – Vice President of sales for La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries You