Ultrasuede - fog- 23*14 cm
Ultrasuede is the trade name for a synthetic microfiber fabric invented in 1970 by Dr. Miyoshi Okamoto, a scientist working for Toray Industries. It was the world's first ultra-microfiber. Fabric content is 100% polyester. Ultrasuede feels like natural suede, but it is resistant to stains and discolouration; it can be washed in a washing machine. It has a woven fabric surface, but resists pulling or fraying because it is combined with a polyurethane foam in a non-woven structure. The fabric is multifunctional: it is used in fashion, interior decorating, automotive and other vehicle upholstery, and industrial applications.