Nabuk is an aniline leather. After a full-fledged colouring process, a pigment layer is added to the leather surface. The skin’s surface is polished manually, which partially removes the pigment layer. The result is an uneven leather surface, creating shades in the colouring. A highly distinct look uncommon to other kinds of leather.Under no given circumstance may you treat Nabuk with a nubuck brush, as this will damage the shades in the colouring.
Day-to-day maintenance Use a soft cloth (or the LCK® cleaning glove) to dust the upholstery.