Austin (Grade B) is a bonded leather with a soft, supple feel and good durability. There are 10 colours to choose from.
CONTENT: Backing 16% Leather 29% Cotton 55% Polyester
FIRE RESISTANCE*: Passes California Bulletin 117-Section E, Fire Code. Passes Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 302 Fire Code. Passes NFPA 260 Class 1 Cigarette Burn Test. * This term and any corresponding data refer to typical performance in the specific tests indicated and should not be construed to imply the behaviour of this or any other material under actual fire conditions.
ABRASION RESISTANCE: Exceeds 200,000 double rubs
TEAR STRENGTH: Passes ASTM D2261 - Warp = 13 lbs and Fill = 8 lbs.
CLEANING CARE: Wipe with a soft cloth, with cold water & a mild soap. Dry immediately. Use Leather Protectant. DO NOT IRON.
LIGHT FASTNESS: Ultraviolet Colorfastness to Light AATCC16 Class 5
For light soiling:
Step 1: Apply a solution of 10% household liquid dish soap with warm water using a soft damp cloth, rinse with clean water.
Step 2: If necessary, apply a solution of liquid cleanser and water with a soft bristle brush and rinse.
For heavy soiling:
Dampen a soft white cloth with naptha (lighter fluid) and rub gently. Rinse with a water dampened cloth.
NOTE: Use extreme caution with this method. Complete only in a well-ventilated area and away from any open flame.
NOTE: When using strong cleaning agents, it is advisable to first test in an inconspicuous area.
For the most difficult stains not removed by the above methods:
1. Dampen a soft white cloth with a solution of household bleach (sodium hypochlorite); 10% bleach, 90% water.
2. Rub gently.
3. Rinse with a water-dampened cloth to remove bleach concentration.
4. If necessary, allow a 1:10 diluted bleach solution to puddle on the affected area or apply with a soaked cloth for approximately 30 minutes. Rinse with a water-dampened cloth to remove any remaining bleach concentration.
NOTE: You should try this method on an inconspicuous spot before using it on the original stain/soiling.
Always rinse cleaning agent residue from fabric with a soft, water dampened cloth.
NOTE: To restore luster, a light coat of spray furniture wax can be used.
Apply, wait for 30 seconds and follow with a light buffing using a clean white cloth.
Note that the colour in these photos may vary from the actual fabric you receive due to the translation and reproduction limitations of photography, the limitations of viewing photos at web site resolutions with different monitors and dye lot variations from the fabric mills