Preventing chrome VI formation in leather

Article submitted by Zschimmer & Schwarz
Published:  13 August, 2014

Only a few years ago, Chrome VI was not an issue that concerned the leather industry. At some point it started to be discussed, and more recently cases came to light where high values of chrome VI were detected in consumer products. This occurs mainly with shoes or garments made of leather. 

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