Origin raw material: European cowhide
Tanning: Chrome
Dyeing: Aniline through dyeing in vats
Thickness: 0.9/1.1 mm
Type: Buffed natural grain
Finishing: With resins and pigments
Scarlet // Bianco ott. 804
Scarlet // Gesso 814
Scarlet // Panna 824
Scarlet // Pietra 844
Scarlet // Crema 834
Scarlet // Tabacco 805
Scarlet // Cielo 847
Scarlet // Grigio 807
Scarlet // Perla 827
Scarlet // Tortora 817
Scarlet // Asfalto 837
Scarlet // Fango 855
Scarlet // Acciaio 836
Scarlet // Verde pistacchio 816
Scarlet // Muschio 826
Scarlet // Verde pino 806
Scarlet // Giallo 801
Scarlet // Bleu notte 828
Scarlet // Marroncino 815
Scarlet // Cognac 825
Scarlet // Cotto 802
Scarlet // Marrone 835
Scarlet // Rosso ant. 822
Scarlet // Bordeaux 812
Scarlet // Burgundy 832
Scarlet // Testa di moro 845
Scarlet // antracite 808
Scarlet // Nero 818
Scarlet leather features smooth slightly buffed grain that gives it a uniform appearance and soft hand. The dyeing process is through dyeing in the same colour as finishing. A wide variety of colours is available on leather of the same quality. This wide range of modern colours distinguishes Scarlet leather as a multi-purpose product ideal to meet designers’ demands. The quality of the leather comes from careful selection of rawhide and painstaking attention to every stage of processing. Irregular aspects of the surface, such as wrinkles, stretch marks, veins, differences in grain or colour, are not defects; they are signs of the animal’s natural life and become unique features that make each item outstanding. For this reason the same shade of colour cannot be guaranteed for different batches.

There is a special kit for cleaning and taking care of leather. Soiling and stains can be removed by carefully rubbing with a soft pad soaked in water and neutral soap. Rub lightly because excessive pressure will cause soluble dirt to penetrate the leather. Never use common detersives or any of the general cleaning products on sale. Do not use oil of any kind on leather. It is very important not to expose leather items to direct sunlight, halogen lamps or heat sources. Do not leave newspapers in contact with leather as it may absorb the printing ink. Take care with clothing that could stain, such as jeans; the leather could absorb the colour. Do not rub hard and vigorously, you will damage the leather and the stitching. Doimo Salotti Spa declines any liability if covers are damaged due to treatment different from that described above.