Thread: Leather Problem
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Old 14-06-2018, 12:53 AM   #3
sunnydude959
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Originally Posted by Dr Leather View Post
Photos can be deceptive, but it does look as though the topcoat is damaged. But I'm concerned to see so much colour difference, as typivcally in leather the majority of the colour comes from the basecoat, and topcoats are limited to 2-5% of pigment in them to maintain rubfastness resistance. But you are right to return it..... it would be interesting to see it under a microscope....

Rgds

Dr Leather

Thank you for your reply, it is much appreciated. I think the photo is making the problem area look grey/lighter than the surrounding area, but if I were to take the photo from a different angle, the problem region actually appears darker/more black.

Anyway, if it is a damaged top coat, would it be an easy fix? Its definitely still under warranty being just 1 day old
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