Today we have decided to bring to our FunkyStudio blog some information that may be interesting for many of you. You will ask... what is the topic?. Well, let's talk about the different differences we have between "ante", "serraje", "nobuk". Let's go!
When we talk about this type of natural skin, we guarantee a fine and soft fabric, although as a single stick we could say that it is less resistant, and therefore the manipulation of this, has to be done with greater delicacy.
This material is obtained in the inner part of the skin of the animal, making it polished and tanned. We can find it with the name of "gamuza" or "suede".
Where do we get it from? We can obtain it from the lamb, the goat, the calf, the pig and mainly the maple.
Where can we find it? It is usually used for high quality footwear and accessories.
The skin of serraje is a skin with very good resistance. But in turn, we find different qualities depending on whether we work with the skins closer or less to the external part. Since the one that is closer to the external part has a greater amount, it will have a finer texture and therefore we will speak of a higher quality. The farther it will be more economical and coarse.
This type of skin is made a type of surface treatment so that, in this way, we can achieve different resistances.
We can use it for products of daily use, since this skin gives us a very good quality.
This type of skin is obtained with a very fine sanding in the upper layer, until we get a much more homogeneous and smooth texture, in this way we achieve a very aesthetic, warm, fine and sophisticated result. We could compare its texture with that of a peach, to better understand us.
This type of leather easily absorbs dust and dirt, there would be no problem thinking that this type of grease is applied to this material, and thanks to this we can protect and waterproof it. After this process is an excellent material due to its finish, quality and aesthetics.