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Hình ảnh là các sản phẩm làm từ vải Acacia (Nguồn: https://www.acaciafabrics.com/en/collections)

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DA PVC SOFFKIN – HÀN QUỐC

  • PVC leather line from South Korea (with SGS certificate of origin)
  • Quality inspection according to SGS standard
  • Some skin colors are available print logo on the surface
  • Qualified Eco-Friendly eco-friendly school
  • This is considered one of the skin types The best PVC today. With durable PVC layer, multi-layer 2-way woven base fabric.
  • Special: use Bio-glue is safe for health. Soffkin is gradually gaining the trust of Vietnamese consumers.

DA BÒ ITALIA

  • Source: Italia
  • Thickness: 1mm – 1.6mm (depending on color, depending on skin type)
  • Yes HAVE (certificate of origin), CQ (Quality certification).
  • Grain cowhide, broken grained leather, waxed cowhide.
  • Cowhide Full Grain, Top Grain, Corrected
  • Special: Cowhide Vintage Features a luxurious natural leather texture, suitable for both modern and nostalgic styles.

VẢI VADELA – HÀN QUỐC

  • Trademark: Vadela
    Includes lines: Aston, Atlanta, Lazio, Liverpool, Chelsea,…
  • BILLIONCharacteristic hip number: Always indicate Martindale and Weight on the back of the pattern.
  • Fabric logo as on the banner
  • Martindale: (hairiness) the standard number of rubs until ruffled. The higher the parameter, the better the fabric quality.
  • Weight: Mass of each meter of fabric

VẢI ACACIA – BỈ

  • Trademark: ACACIA (Belgium)
    As a world-renowned brand for interior embossed fabrics, meeting the most stringent standards.
  • Labotex standard fireproof
  • No standard hazardous substances Oeko-Tex
  • How to know: Fabric logo as on the banner
  • Specifications: Martindale and Wyzenbeek
  • Martindale: 100,000 Rubs
    (hairiness) the standard number of rubs until ruffled. The higher the parameter, the better the fabric quality.
  • Wyzenbeek: 135,000 Double Rubs (Similar to Matindale, test for roughness in multiple directions)