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SALPA - BONDED LEATHER - By the metre - 0.3/0.6mm

SALPA - BONDED LEATHER - By the metre - 0.3/0.6mm

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BAG MAKING AND LEATHER STIFFENER - BONDED LEATHER

USE:
Salpa, or bonded leather, is made of regenerated genuine leather fibres bonded with a binder, commonly latex.
With a dry hand feel, it is commonly used as a bag making and leather stiffener, providing additional structure, strength and support.
Glue can be sprayed or applied with a brush or glue spreader.

COLOUR: Grey

ROLL HEIGHT: 150cm

THICKNESS: 0.3mm and  0.6mm

Please note that our salpa is always cut by the metre. For example, if you order 3 metres, you will receive 3 separate 1-metre pieces, not one continuous 3-metre length.

If you wish to receive a continuous piece, please get in touch before purchasing, and we will provide a bespoke shipping quote.

WHAT'S THE BEST INTERFACING FOR BAG MAKING?

Choosing the best interfacing for bag making depends on several factors, including the area of application, the material to be reinforced and the specific design of the bag.

Different materials have varying temperaments and weights, making them suitable for diverse structural needs.

Whether you need to reinforce stitching, prevent tearing or stretching in stress areas, or provide structure to specific areas of the bag, each type of reinforcement or leather stiffener serves a unique purpose.

Choose a bag making or leather stiffener or interlining and learn more about the types of reinforcements we stock

HOW TO APPLY A BAG MAKING/LEATHER STIFFENER

Interlining can be applied in various ways depending on the type.

Unlike fabrics, where some types of interfacings can be sewn directly onto the fabric, regular interlining for leather goods requires glue or adhesive spray for application.

Thermo adhesive interfacing, also known as fusible interfacing, is activated by heat and pressure, typically applied using an iron or a press machine.

This method bonds the interfacing to the material, providing a strong and permanent hold.

Self-adhesive interfacing, on the other hand, has an adhesive backing that sticks to the material when pressure is applied, eliminating the need for additional glue or heat.

SHIPPING INFORMATION

LEAD TIME: We ship the orders within 3 working days using a tracked standard delivery service (3-5 working days delivery time).

TRACKING:  Once your parcel has been shipped, you will receive an email with your tracking number. 

COST: The shipping price is calculated at checkout.

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For large orders and bulk discounts, please contact us.