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Front and rear seats re-covering. We can put you in direct contact with a local upholstery company who are able to create any design or pattern.


Starting from £300

Category: Seating Upgrades
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What is vegan Faux leather?

Vegan faux leather, also known as synthetic leather or faux leather, is a type of material that is designed to look and feel like real leather, but is made without the use of animal products. Instead of animal hides, vegan faux leather is typically made from synthetic materials such as polyurethane (PU) or polyvinyl chloride (PVC).

Here are some benefits of vegan faux leather:

  1. Ethical: Vegan faux leather is a cruelty-free alternative to real leather, making it a popular choice for those who are opposed to the use of animal products.
  2. Eco-Friendly: The production of real leather can have a significant impact on the environment, including deforestation, water pollution, and the release of greenhouse gases. Vegan faux leather can be a more sustainable option, as it is often made from recycled or biodegradable materials.
  3. Affordable: Vegan faux leather is typically less expensive than real leather, making it a more accessible option for people who want the look and feel of leather without the high price tag.
  4. Durable: High-quality vegan faux leather can be just as durable as real leather, with similar resistance to wear and tear and ease of maintenance.
  5. Versatile: Vegan faux leather can be used for a wide range of products, including clothing, shoes, bags, and furniture, making it a versatile option for consumers.

Overall, vegan faux leather can be a great choice for people who want a sustainable, cruelty-free, and affordable alternative to real leather. It can provide the same look and feel as real leather while offering additional benefits in terms of ethics and sustainability.

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