We follow 4 types tanning process namely vegetable tanning, chrome tanning, boiling, and rawhide treatment. The Tanning process type is chosen based on the leather requirement.

Vegetable tanning is chosen when the client wants to produce flexible, but stiff leathers, such as those used in luggage, furniture, leashes, belts, hats, and harnesses. Its higly irrestable to water; it tends to discolor, and if left to soak and then dry it will shrink and become less supple and harder.

Chrome tanning is a kind of leather tanning that uses salts to tan the leather. Used mainly for creating softer, stretchier leathers, such as those found in purses, bags, briefcases, shoes, gloves, boots, jackets, pants, and sandals. It also can be tanned in different colors and vary by shades of brown.

Boiling process produces a kind of leather that is not traditionally used for clothes, upholstery etc. The boiling process produces a hard leather, and is most often used as a binding material for books.

Rawhide is a process where the animal hides are stripped down, becoming thin and rough. They are then soaked in a solution containing lime and then stretched. Rawhide is used for shoe and other types of laces, as well as drum heads.

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