1.0~1.2mm (0.8-1.0mm, 0.9-1.1mm, 1.1-1.3mm and other options)
Velvet, silk feeling, soft hand feel, excellent physical performance
Mainly on High end handbags and shoes, also can be used on belts, wallet, decoration, etc.
2,000sq ft/color (no MOQ for stock items)
3-5 weeks upon receipt of deposit
Available (please check with us for details)
Color, thickness and feather (such as hand feel) can be customized if necessary
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Q & A
How to Clean Nubuck
Nubuck is a type of leather made from cowhide. Like suede, it is sanded to create a nap. But while suede is made from the inside of the hide, nubuck is made from the outside, which is stronger and more durable. It is very vulnerable to soiling and staining, and must be cleaned and protected with tools and products that are specifically designed to care for suede and nubuck. It can also be sanded with a rough stone to remove stains when all else fails.
Wipe your nubuck item with a nubuck cloth. This type of cloth is specially designed for cleaning nubuck. Nubuck cleaner is typically integrated within its fibers. Wipe with this regularly to remove light soiling and shiny spots. This prevents grime from building up.
·Wipe in several directions, using circular motions to clean all sides of the nap.
·If cleaning shoes, make sure to remove the laces before starting.
Brush the surface with a nubuck brush. Use a circular motion, taking care not to spend more than a few seconds on any area, as this could damage the nap. This will clear the nubuck of dirt and grime.
You can find nubuck brushes at most retailers who sell nubuck items. Alternatively, you can also purchase them online through websites like Amazon.
Clean a particularly soiled area with a nubuck cleaner. These cleaners come in liquid and aerosol form, and are formulated for use on nubuck. Spray the cleaner onto a nubuck cloth and wipe the entirety of the surface. Finish by brushing the nap to remove any residue.
·Nubuck cleaners can be acquired from the same stores where you buy your nubuck items, such as your shoes and boots. Otherwise, you can find them online at various general retailers, like Amazon or Wal-Mart