PVC, short of Polyvinylchlorid, has more layers underneath its coating. Its main ingredient is polyvinyl chloride, and other ingredients are added to enhance its heat resistance, toughness, ductility. PVC also has high strength and excellent stability, and is not flammable, can resist climate change brought corrosion and other phenomena. It is a very good material, because of its high safety, so it can be seen everywhere in life.In daily life, a wide variety of leather products can be seen everywhere, such as interior decoration, sofa fabrics, car interiors, clothing, shoes and bags and so on. Leather products that are very similar are made of artificial leather
|Product Type||Luxurious and elegant PVC car leather for car seat|
|Fabric Type||PVC leather|
|Feature||iridescent, water proof, anti mildew etc|
|Color||various and can be customized|
|Packing||30m to 50m per roll or as customer's requirement|
|Loading Quantity||one 20ft container can load about 20,000m for thickness 1.0mm|
|Delivery Time||12-15 days after received the deposit|
|Payment||by T/T 30% deposit and 70% balance payment after bulk sample confirmed and before delivery|
PVC resin is used as the raw material to produce PVC artificial leather while non-woven fabrics and PU resin is used as the raw material to produce PU leather, also known as the synthetic leather. Polyvinyl chloride was the first type of fake leather to be created in 1920s, and it was the type of material that manufacturers of those years needed because it was stronger and more resistant to the weather elements than the materials they were using then.
Because of these properties, many people started using PVC instead of metal even though it was criticized as being “too sticky” and “feeling artificial” in hot temperatures. This led to the invention of another type of artificial leather, which had pores in 1970s. These alterations made fake leather an alternative to traditional fabrics because it was easy to clean, not absorbent and provided a stain-resistant couch covering. In addition, even today it fades at a slower rate even after a long exposure to sunlight than the traditional upholstery.