Monday, January 23, 2012

Benefits Of Bonded Leather

According to the American Home Furnishings Alliance, bonded leather is created when leather scraps and fibers are mixed together, and then formed into a roll using adhesives or other bonding materials. In fact, the manufacturing process is very similar to making paper.

Bonded leather doesn't undergo chemical tanning which is why it contains low levels of formaldehyde, an unsafe environmental compound. As a result, bonded leather has proven to be better for people with environmental allergies or for anyone who is looking to go “green” in their purchases.

Bonded leather is very durable and is available in many different colors and finishes. For anyone with small children or pets, bonded leather is an ideal choice due to the simplicity and ease in maintenance.

In addition, you can save quite a bit of money when purchasing bonded leather. The difference between bonded leather and genuine leather is minimal, but the savings are not!
Matiz Corner Sofa   
The Matiz Corner Sofa is our newest addition to Pallucci - it is only $999 including tax!

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