WALKY NUBUK is a soft, velvety heavyweight nubuck leather with a casual, natural tumble pattern. WALKY NUBUK flows and rolls gently, with a natural, exquisite character. WALKY NUBUK is made exclusively in Germany, using only premium South German bull hides. WALKY NUBUK is made using high-grade pigments and fat liquors and is much more functional than other nubuck leathers due to its drum waterproofing process
Application: furniture, leather goods Colours: 15 colours on stockThickness: 1.4/1.6 mmCustom colours: 150 m² per colourDelivery: from our warehouse in Bodenwerder, Germany Minimum order quantity: 1/2 hideArea: approx. 5 m² per whole hideRaw material: only premium South German bull hidesTanning: environmentally friendly mineral tanningCare products: Aniline Protector
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WALKY NUBUK is a nubuck leather. Nubuck leather is sanded on the surface. Therefore nubuck is warm and open pored.
For everyday cleaning, it is sufficient to occasionally dust off the leather with a feather duster or a dry dust cloth. In the case of fresh stains, first soak with a terry cloth or paper towel by pressing between the fingers. Do not rub! This can change the surface irreversibly. Remaining spots can be cleaned with a damp terry cloth. Not too wet to avoid borders and do not rub too hard. Dry the darkened, wet area with a hair dryer with cold air to avoid water marks. Then sand remaining darkened areas with the Sanding Pad. This method is also used when greasy areas because of skin or hair contact are darkened. Always practice a cleaning test in a hidden area!For difficult stains, it is always better to contact a specialist first. Damage can easily occur due to improper cleaning attempts.
For maintenance, we recommend Aniline Protector. The Aniline Protector provides the necessary moisturizing to keep the leather soft and prevents fading. In case of risk of stains caused by liquids, Water Repellent Spray is recommended. Depending on the strain, heat, and light intensity, the leather should be sparingly maintained every three to twelve months.