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Explanation: Buffing-F. Effleurure; G. Schleierspalt; I. Pellicola; S. Flor
a. The thin grain layer of leather removed from a cattle hide by the splitting
machine. In Spain the buffing may be from any hide or skin.
F. Poncage; G. Narbenscheleifen; I. Sfioratura o pomiciatura; S. Desflorado
b. The process of more or less removing the grain layer by abrasion. See
F. Chair rasee; G. Schleifen de Narbenseite; I. Smerigliatura da carne; S. Esmerilado
Removal of the flesh side of the leather by mechanical abrasion to produce a suede effect or to reduce the substance. Synonymous with Flutting q.v. and now in more common use. In Spain the buffing may be from any hide or skin. http://www.eleatheronline.com:7575/glossary1.htm.
Aspecto característico de los poros visibles sobre la superficie externa de un cuero o una piel, después de eliminar el pelo o la lana y peculiar del animal de que se trate.
La capa de flor muy delgada, separada de un cuero de ganado vacuno mediante una máquina de dividir.
Etherington & Roberts. Dictionary--hide buffing
... hide buffing. A very thin film of the grain layer of a cowhide,
sometimes used for labels Also known as "beeswing.". ...
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Etherington & Roberts. Dictionary--buffing
... outer surface of the hide. A buffing is created when a hide is split into three layers.
At ... to the depth of the grain layer, and can be entirely removed by ...
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DCT Glossary: raw hide - suede split
... Spilt Brushed Leather Buffed Leather Buffing Butt Butt Split Cattle ... Corrected Grain
Leather Cow Hide Curried Leather. ... Leather Grain Grain Layer H - P Hide Hide ... www.dctleathers.com/glossary_rs.html - 13k - Cached - Similar pages
DCT Glossary: embossed leather - grain split
... Split: The outer (wool or hair) layer of a hide or skin that has been split ... Blue
Spilt Brushed Leather Buffed Leather Buffing Butt Butt Split Cattle Hide ... www.dctleathers.com/glossary_dg.html - 12k - Cached - Similar pages
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... Suede Suede like split leather comes from the lower layer of the hide. Suede leather
is finished by buffing it to produce a nappy surface feel. Full Aniline ... www.levitz.com/tips/content.htm - 26k - Cached - Similar pages
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