Are the days of chrome-tanned leather numbered?

ILM Editorial - Martin Ricker
Published:  19 April, 2014
Martin Ricker

I’m stumbling into controversial territory this time. Most leather produced today is made with chromium III salts and let’s be absolutely clear: as it stands now, chrome tanning for most applications is the best mechanism for making leather. 

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