Regency Various Kinds Of PVC and PU Synthetic Leather

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Synthetic leather refers to any material that resembles the look and feel of genuine leather. PVC leather is a type of faux leather that is made by covering a base of natural or synthetic material with vinyl, made from polyvinyl chloride (PVC). PVC has no hair-follicles (pores) which makes it virtually waterproof and last longer. 

PU leather, also known as bicast leather, bycast leather or split leather, is made by covering a backing fabric such as cotton, polyester or shredded leather with a layer of polyurethane. Its surface can be treated to look and feel like real leather, which makes it the most common faux leather these days. 

Unlike PVC leather, PU leather has microfiber pores, which allows it to circulating the air better than PVC, but still easy to clean and maintain like most plastic materials. 

With these alterations, synthetic leather became a viable alternative to traditional fabrics, and people began to notice some attractive attributes. For one, it’s not absorbent, which makes for an easy-to-clean, stain-resistant couch covering. It also fades much slower in prolonged sun light and holds its shape much longer than traditional upholstery. Many people today are taking advantage of these features while furnishing their living rooms, family rooms and bedrooms. 

As the leading fabric manufacturer, Regency also provides you with large option of synthetic leather such as STARDUST, MAGNOLIA, OSCAR, CANNESA, BERGAMO, MAJESTA, PRIMERA, MIRACLE, and NEW FERRARI. All of these synthetic leather has been featured with the latest technology such as water repellant, UV Protection, scratch free and also easy to be cleaned to give you an absolute satisfaction guarantee of your interior, outdoor and also automotive design.