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 Contemporary leather dining table chairs
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Contemporary leather dining table chairs

These stylish leather dining table chairs are a superb example of contemporary design that complement Futureglass dining tables. These contemporary dining table chairs make a strong design statement in any interior room style.

The dining table chairs are available in cream, brown or black leather for use with any Futureglass dining table. The leather dining table chairs have simple uncluttered lines that look right in any small or large dining area.

The leather dining table chairs are constructed with a mild steel frame, supporting a firm wooden base with pre-formed foam cushion for strength and comfort. The leather is sealed at the edges with attractive detail stitching to create a quality-dining table chair that will give years of service.

The leather dining table chairs are manufactured in China in a factory that conforms to European working conditions and ISO 9001 standards.


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To care for the chairs please see the notes below.

Bonded leather resembles genuine leather, but it lacks the characteristic variation in color and texture.

Bonded leather refers to a polyurethane product that has leather shavings sprayed onto the back. The polyurethane component of bonded leather makes a durable chair material, and it is one of the easiest leathers to care for. But bonded leather is not invulnerable to stains, wear or damage from harsh abrasives. Like other types of leather, this material requires regular cleaning to prevent stains and fading as well as conditioning to prevent cracking.

Position bonded leather chairs away from direct sunlight from windows or skylights. While bonded leather is durable, it is vulnerable to fading when exposed to sunlight.

Wipe with a soft, damp cloth to remove dirt and body oil. For tough dirt or stains, clean with leather cleaner or a mild nonalkaline, nondetergent soap and a soft cloth. Test the cleaning product on a hidden area of leather to make sure it won’t cause discoloration or damage to the leather. No Matches Found. Please try your search again.

Repeat cleaning with a damp cloth every two to three weeks to remove dust and to prevent staining. If your chair gets a lot of use, you may have to clean it more often.

Blot spills up with a soft, dry cloth or paper towel as soon as they occur. Do not rub stains or spills. This can cause bonded leather to wear rapidly.

Vacuum the chair regularly to remove dust, dirt and debris. Use a soft brush attachment to avoid tearing or scratching the leather and use a crevice tool to remove dust and debris hiding in the seams.

Apply a tablespoon of leather conditioning treatment labeled for use with bonded leather products to a soft cloth. Leather conditioners are available at most leather furniture stores.

Test the conditioner on a hidden area of the chair to ensure it won’t cause discoloration of the leather.

Massage the conditioner onto the bonded leather, but avoid rubbing. Pay attention to the areas that get the most wear, such as the seats and arms.

Wipe away excess conditioner with a dry cloth. Bonded leather should be treated with a conditioner about twice a year.