|Size:||About 20SF||Thickness:||1.46mm,Customised Available|
|Usage:||Bags. Totes. Belt. Luggage. Bags Purses||Hand Feeling:||Ordinary|
1.5mm Luggage Silicone Leather Fabric,
Silicone Leather Fabric Stain Resistant,
Silicone Leather Fabric Fadeless
1.5mm New Leather Material Is Bag Wear-Resistant Leather Silicone Luggage Leather Stain Resistant
Silicone leather is a unique fabric and its properties are different compared to traditional polyurethane (PU) and polyvinyl chloride (PVC) fabrics. Silicone leather does not use plasticizers, which are often found in PVC products. Silicone has many advantages over PU and PVC as it does not break down under UV light, deteriorate in cold temperatures, has no odors, and maintains consistency and shape over time.
|Feature:||Waterproof, Elastic, Anti-Mildew, Abrasion-Resistant|
|Product Name:||silicone leather|
|Usage:||Home Textile bags|
|PAYMENT TERMS:||T/T 30% Deposit|
Description of Wear-Resistant Leather
In 1979, the US FDA determined that silicon dioxide, the raw material that is used to make silicone products, was safe for
food-grade applications. It has been determined that there are no known health hazards associated with the use of silicone
cookware. Silicone rubber does not react with food or beverages nor produce any hazardous fumes.
• Processing is very efficient. It is powered by clean electricity; there is no off-gassing, no pollution and very little water is
used. Silicone’s base material, silica, does not contain the same types of chemicals that are found in petroleum-based
• Silicone processing offers the least environmental impact of any coated fabric.
• Silicone does not contain BPA, BPS or phthalates.
• Silicone is not a skin sensitizer, and does not bioaccumulate – it contains zero toxins.
• Silicone does not break down into micro-particles – it has far greater structural integrity than plastic, so does not find its
way into waterways and marine animals.
• Silicone can be downcycled into an oil that can be used as industrial lubricant or as playground mulch.
• Silicon is found readily in sand. However, to turn silica into silicone, the silicon must be extracted and processed.
• First the silica is heated with carbon in an industrial furnace to extract the silicon, which is then passed through
hydrocarbons to create a new polymer with an inorganic silicon-oxygen backbone and carbon-based side groups.
• This means that while the silicon in silicone comes from a plentiful resource like sand, the hydrocarbons in silicone come
from non-renewable resources like oil and natural gas.
• This makes silicone a hybrid material, meaning that it’s much better than plastic in terms of resource extraction, but it
not 100% renewable, and is not biodegradable.
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