Bonded Leather Sofa Sale

A lot of people are afraid of something new… of something they have less or no knowledge of and the internet is always the “go to” of people wanting to learn more about certain things.

For someone who’s been longing to replace their old couch and been saving up for a leather must have heard the term “bonded leather” which is basically leather made out of cow hide scraps mixed with synthetic materials to create leather feel.

While top and full grain leather has been more popular, Bonded leather is the latest “leather” — (almost) newest introduction to the market. Bonded leather is already in its second generation, the first being released at the beginning of 2007 and the latter coming to the market about 18 months later.

Though some may say that buying a bonded leather is a waste of money, it really depends on how you will take care of it as even genuine leather will crack/fade if not care/maintain correctly. Bonded leather sofas can last for years and years if well maintained.

Chaise Sofas offers a bonded leather 5 Seater couch with reversible chaise and storage ottoman, all for only $999 WITH ONE YEAR WARRANTY!!

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Here are a few tips on how to take care of your Bonded Leather sofa:
-do not use bleach, oily substances or strong detergents
-keep ink, fluids, body oils, chemicals and sharp objects away from upholstery
-exposure of leather to sunlight or extreme light sources may cause fading and damage
-do not use any heat lamps or hair dryers on or nearest to the leather

Interested? Hurry and contact them now as these babies are their best sellers yet!
Visit their website at www.chaisesofas.com.au for more details.

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