This test method covers determination of the effect of common household substances on leather finishes and surfaces, resulting in any objectionable alteration in the surface, such as discoloration, change in gloss, blistering, softening, swelling, loss of adhesion, or special phenomena. This method is not applicable to wet blue, but may be used for the evaluation of consumer leathers of different finish types where staining may be a concern.
fluid resistance; cleanability; leather; soiling
This test method determines the effect of various consumer type of soiling agents on leather finishes, such as discoloration, change in gloss, blistering, softening, swelling, loss of adhesion. The primary aim of this method is to assess the degree of resistance and cleanability of leather surfaces after it has been in contact with potential staining agents.
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