Watersuede’s great elegance and its distinctive natural nap are enhanced by the shading effect of the surface.
Watersuede uses only the selected central part of the hide, which is pure aniline-dyed. The leather is then finished with special products to further enhance the velour effect typical of suede leather and treated with water-resistant products. Although it is more protected than other suede leather in the market, Watersuede is not recommended for high traffic areas.
Leather is a natural material: slight signs and color variations are typical characteristics of the product. It is recommended to avoid direct exposure to sunlight and near heat sources. Periodically dust the skin with a dry cloth to avoid the accumulation of dust. Do not use solvents or aggressive detergents.