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Polo123
20:10:20 Wed
Apr 25 2007
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Does anyone have a leather suite, if so how boxer proof are they? thinking of claws. We were talking about settees (and clothes) permenantly covered in hairs & wondered whether leather was the way to go :dunno:

ripBUSTER
20:24:34 Wed
Apr 25 2007
Re: suites
We had a fabric suite and it got sooo dirty from the dogs lying up against it...now got a brown leather suite, it's got one small claw mark from the cat..but nothing from the dogs, we put blankeys on the sofa if they get up for cuddles, and hoover them off if they get hair on em, also able to give them a wipe off if they get dirty..would recommend them...get a dark colour though!

SashasMum
22:15:00 Wed
Apr 25 2007
Re: suites
My Mum has leather suites and she gets very precious about it when the dogs are there because she is convinced they will scratch it - mind you she is the same with the kids :headbangers:

I have fabric but then I don't like leather suites :ohwell: Don't like sticking to them in the summer :eek:

weazy779
09:50:13 Fri
Apr 27 2007
Re: suites
I have leather and it gets filthy but there are no scratches on it. I wouldn't recommend getting a very soft leather though because I think it might scratch. Mine is cream and it forever looks grubby but I suppose at least it can wipe. I'm hoping to get a black one later this year.

Another option would be to keep the dog off the couch:headbangers:....Good luck with that one though!

dominic1
11:54:51 Fri
Apr 27 2007
Re: suites
I have a green leather and would never go back to cloth....I have had this one for about 6yrs now, it is starting to show its age but there again i have had 12 grandchildren climbing all over it and 3 boxers :headbangers:A quick wipe down every day and it is clean again.Lucy thinks the settee is there just for her and is always on it. No dog scratches though.

Polo123
19:11:26 Fri
Apr 27 2007
Re: suites
Thanks for your replies, sounds like it could definitely be the way to go - as to keeping Polo off hte settee that was the original plan except our eldest daughter used to pick him up when he was little so he could sit with her, saying he wasn't on the sette, he was on her knee :doh:

jilldemo
08:49:00 Sat
Apr 28 2007
Re: suites
We have a green leather suite also. Very easy to keep clean and very hard wearing. Daz has left no scratches on it, but his friend Marley, a young Staffie girl, has torn a hole in one of the cusions. Marley is always hyper, never stops darting around like she is on fire. :cheerleader:

Here is a very rare shot of Marley sitting still, must be just afer a long walk. :rofl:



Squeezeboxplayer
13:23:32 Thu
May 3 2007
Re: suites
Hi we had a cloth sofa until GIxer ate his way through it :headbangers: We then bought a leather suite the colour is called "camel" a sort of beige/tan. No scratches form Gixer and easy to wipe off. No teeth marks too!!!! and coz the seat cushoins are fixed he can't "play" with them.

gingerboy
22:41:16 Thu
May 3 2007
Re: suites
We have a chocolate couloured leather sofa - is it a god send.......................... you'd better believe it is!

Do our two sleep on it, climb on it................. oh yes, but however their are no scrates:banana:.

Would never go back to a fabric sofa. A quick hoover and a clean with the magic wipes and it's as good as new!

Oh by the way - top tip if you have a leather sofa, use Baby wipes to clean it, they are soft, contain no nasty chemicals and some contain conditioners to soften skin so work a treat on leather :biggrin:.

Here are my two all cuddles up on their italian leather sofa



See how they love it :jump:

Regards

Paul



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