What is Bonded Leather and How Can I Take Care Of It?
What is Bonded Leather and How Can I Take Care Of It?
Office Furniture, through it’s been known to travel to fabulous far off places, Yamasoro still insists on the “same product, same standard, same specification” for every product.

As a brand founder with rich experience who focus on the production of office furniture, Steven would like to believe the essence of personalization comes from the inspiration of design, but the core of a highend brand needs to concentrate stable supply chains and strict quality management for each part.

Executive leather office chairs are a very popular type of office chair, so much so that we stock a huge variety of them in all shapes, sizes and colours to give you the freedom of choice to get yourself the perfect office chair.


The majority of our office desk chairs are made with bonded leather. Bonded leather has some great benefits compared to its esteemed counterpart, genuine leather, and in this article, we will explain what bonded leather is, how to take care of it and why you should consider a bonded leather office chair.

What Is Bonded Leather?

Bonded leather can be referred to in many different ways such as reconstituted leather or blended leather, but they all mean the same thing.


It is a term used for when an upholstery material is manufactured that contains animal hide. It is made as a layered structure of fibre, covered with a slayer of shredded leather fibres which is also mixed with a polyurethane binder that is embossed with a leather-like texture.


The quality of composition of bonded leathers varieties quite dramatically within the office furniture industry and you may find some bonded leathers of very poor quality.


How To Take Care of Bonded Leather

As with any piece of furniture, to get the most life out of it, regular care is required. This thought applies doubly to any leather-based products as they can easily become worn out without proper attention.


Be sure to check the labels of any cleaner that you might use. Avoid any harsh chemicals at all cost to ensure you dont strip away the clear coating from the material. This will leave your office chair more vulnerable to wear-and-tear.


Use a soft damp cloth to wipe away any debris and spillages on the surface. Any sort of spillage should be cleaned immediately to help avoid staining. Be sure to wring out the cloth to make sure its not dripping as this could get the material unnecessarily wet.


Apply leather conditioner to the material to help protect and preserve the surface to help maximise the life expectancy of your office chair.


Avoid exposing your chair to any unnecessary heat such as from direct sunlight, heat vents and fireplaces. This will help avoid any material colour fading and weakening of the bonded leather itself which could ultimately lead to the product drying up and peeling.


If you wish to know more about our leather office chairs here at ChairOffice, be sure to call our helpful customer team on 01234 834693 and they will be able to offer advice and recommendations.