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CARE GUIDE FOR ANILINE LEATHER

Leather furniture from Bruunmunch Furniture

DAKAR ANILINE LEATHER

Dakar is a full grain aniline leather made from high-end european rawhides. The clear waxy finish gives the leather a classic look with a unique soft touch. Aniline leather displays visible surface marks that reflect the life of the cow. Characteristics such as healed scars, insect marks and other signatures of nature adds character and beauty to the finish. Dakar leather has the Oeko-tex certification.

OEKO-TEX

The LEATHER STANDARD label indicates that the labelled article has successfully passed a test for chemicals that are harmful to health. The basis for this test, which is carried out by an independent OEKO-TEX® partner institute, is the OEKO-TEX® criteria catalogue with several hundred regulated individual substances. The strict limit values and test criteria of the criteria catalogue are much stricter than the valid national and international specifications and include various parameters for safeguarding health. OEKO-TEX® updates the test criteria at least once per year and, in doing so, takes into account the latest scientific findings and changes to legislation.

FURNITURE FOR LIFE

Furniture from Bruunmunch Furniture are made to last, because we believe that sustainability is not just about choosing sustainable raw materials for our products but also about creating furniture that can last for generations.

DAILY MAINTENANCE

Dust off with a, dry soft cloth or microfiber cloth. Wipe up spills immediately. Never use traditional cleaners, or solvents. In case of light stains you can use a soft firmly wrung out cloth with clean water. Wipe dry with a dry cloth.

THINGS TO MIND

Avoid placing leather in direct sunlight or extreme heat.
 
Avoid contact with sharp objects.
 
Absorb spills immediately with a clean, dry cloth.
 
Vacuum regularly with a soft brush to remove dust.
 
Never use detergents, ammonia, oils, polish or varnish.

MAKE IT LAST

Once or a year, clean using the foam from household soap flakes. Mix 50  ml. soap flakes to one litre of hot water. When the water is room temperature, apply the foam over the leather with a soft cloth. Avoid soaking. When dry, polish the leather with a clean cotton cloth.