Yes it does. There are a variety of products to choose from. Aerosol cans to Wet Wipes. Keeping them conditioned is a must do! And it's easy to do.
One of mine is peeling pretty bad after about 3-4 yrs. on the head rest.I have some HT seats on order which are bonded leather. I thought I did enough research on seating, but now I've heard that bonded leather can "peel" after a year or two. Is that true? Can regular maintenance prolong the inevitable?
Signed "Worried Sick"
I'm sorry to hear about the wear on your chairs, phillihp23, and about your burnt-out bulb. Thanks for the feedback. I really appreciate it. Hopefully it will help save my chairs if I clean them regularly. I'll be like you and replace them with leather if they don't hold up. Maybe turn them into dog beds!One of mine is peeling pretty bad after about 3-4 yrs. on the head rest.
I did nothing to preserve them until too late..
Not sure what the correct answer is to preserve them.
I now have rubbed them down with a natural leather preservative to try and prevent further damage.
They are in my home theater room and only used on and off on occasion. In fact my projector bulb just went out for the first time since I built the room.
While they are cost efficient I think in the future I would purchase all leather (not bonded) for longevity. As they become too damaged I probably will replace them one by one with full leather.
Ya, nothing worse than a theater room all set up and no where to sit! :crying2:' Mine are Lane brand. Bought three for about $1300.Sounds like I'm in good company then! Live and learn. I could send mine back for a stiff restocking fee, but I guess I'll ride it out. I think it's still a pretty good deal for around $500/seat. Other options we checked weren't close.
Now that's not to say there aren't exceptional deals out there. It's just I didn't find any, and leather prices were outside our budget. As is often the case with higher quality goods, they last longer. You can sometimes wind up buying two lower quality units for what the higher one would have.cost to begin with. That may be your only choice during a cash crunch.
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I don't really understand the need for leather in the 'man cave'. It's a trend that everyone seems to follow.
Having been a retailer for leather furniture for many years I must confess I don't like the feel of leather on my skin. Air conditioned rooms feel cold to me. Warmer rooms are sticky.
I love big comfy soft leather chairs and as soon as the lotto comes through for me, I shall make some mine.Maybe some people do like how it feels. And how it looks.
I love big comfy soft leather chairs and as soon as the lotto comes through for me, I shall make some mine.
For now, I will deal with fabric that feels kind of nice under my bottom area. :heehee: