Origin of Microfiber Leather Production

The industrial production of artificial tannery has a history of several decades, and its products are constantly updated with the application of various new materials. The leather base fabric has changed from woven fabric to today’s nonwoven fabric, the resin used has changed from polyvinyl chloride and acrylic resin to polyurethane (PU), and the fiber has changed from common chemical fiber to differentiated fiber such as coupling fiber and microfiber. In terms of product style, artificial leather-making has experienced the development process from low-grade to high-grade, from imitation to simulation, and its characteristics even surpass natural leather.
Microfiber synthetic leather is developed on the basis of full dissection of natural leather. Microfiber synthetic leather is made of bundled microfiber and polyurethane processed by special process. It is made of nylon microfiber which has similar structure and performance as bundled collagen fiber in natural leather, made into non-woven fabric with three-dimensional network structure, and then filled with polyurethane which has excellent performance and open microporous structure by post-processing.