Leather gloves are the oldest kind of gloves known to people, the first layer of cowhide, goatskin, pigskin and sheepskin, gloves are made of these leathers, and are not easy to be damaged, long service life and fine The processing makes the leather gloves comfortable to wear and accurate to grasp the objects. In addition, the leather gloves also have the advantages of better heat resistance and insulation properties.
The first layer of leather: the outermost layer of leather, taken from the skin of the leather, this kind of leather does not require any mechanical processing and trimming. The advantages of the first layer gloves: dexterous operation, comfortable, and precise gripping performance.
Two-layer leather: The inner layer of leather is obtained by cutting or removing the outer layer of the leather. Advantages of two-layer leather gloves: wear-resistant, suitable for heavy physical labor.
Cleaning and maintenance of leather gloves
If you use rough cleaners, powdered cleaners or organic cleaning solutions by mistake, it will cause varying degrees of damage to the leather. Generally speaking, a mild soap solution is sufficient for daily cleaning and maintenance (wet it with a rag and wipe it. Never immerse the leather foam in water for cleaning). Leather cleaners found on the market are also very effective and contain lubricants to maintain the softness of the leather itself. Stubborn dirt may have to be dealt with with mild detergents, or professional cleaning may be required.
If the leather is abraded, you can apply a non-greasy, colorless leather care cream, let it penetrate slowly, and then polish it with a clean soft cloth to regain its bright luster and prevent the leather from drying out.
Try not to let the leather products come into contact with the sun or close to any heater, otherwise the leather will become more and more dry, and the elasticity and softness of the leather will gradually disappear. Use a clean cloth or sponge to dry the juice immediately. If necessary, use a cloth dampened with clean warm water to wipe off the juice, and then let the leather dry naturally. Butter or grease Use a clean cloth to wipe off the grease on the surface, so that the remaining grease stains will slowly penetrate into the leather. Never use water to wipe the grease stains.