Dyed Black Brazilian Cowhide
~ CLOSEOUT FINAL SALE ~
You will want to go with a Dyed Black Brazilian Cowhide if you are looking for complete black.
Natural black cowhides will always have white hairs, undertones or both that will make a pure black natural hide have variations one to the next. If you want pure, sleek black then a dyed black is what you are looking for.
If you need consistency because you are using more than one hide and they must match, then dyed black is your best option for that as well. Especially if layering.
These cowhides come from 1 of 4 of the top eco-savy tanneries in Brazil. They are dyed after the tanning process. Then, hand picked ensuring that you receive the highest quality possible.
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Dyed Black Brazilian Cowhide Detail:
- Available in 3 approximate sizes. Every hide will vary in shape.
- Medium: 6' x 6' (sold out); Large: 6' x 7.5' and XLarge: 6.5' x 7.5'.
- 100% Natural Brazilian Cowhide.
- Naturally stain resistant.
- Naturally hypo-allergenic.
- Hand picked, luxury hair on hide.
- Sourced from Brazilian tanneries that only use the best European machinery and solutions to produce a hide that is unmatched in quality.
- Made in Brazil. Ships from California within 3 business days.
- No sales tax.
- Payment options are available.
HOW LONG WILL A COWHIDE RUG LAST?
Your new cowhide will last a lifetime if cared for properly. It is important to note that cowhides are a natural product and, like everything else, will wear under heavy traffic conditions over time. We recommend rotating your hide every 3 months in high traffic areas and to not place your cowhide in direct sunlight.
How do I clean and care for my new cowhide rug?
To remove dust and debris shake out you hide and/or vacuum using the suction attachment set on low with the beater bar removed. The hide's natural oils resist staining, simply blot or wipe up any spills promptly. If a stain should occur use mild or neutral soap, warm water, and a soft brush or sponge and brush lightly, going with the grain of the hair.