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The openings were covered with buttoned down leather cloth which could be rolled up when necessary.
A foam rubber saddle covered with black plastic leather cloth is fitted to each machine.
The upholstery was leather cloth with leather seating.
In 1945, the brothers built their first batch of cars, using leather cloth instead of sheet metal as the bodywork.
If a few spots are missed, a chamois leather cloth works better for touch up than a towel of cloth or paper.
This model's status was further enhanced by releasing limited numbers in special finish leather cloths through dealers like Harrods of London.
Two seat open bodies were standard made of plywood covered in leather cloth and came in tourer and sports versions.
Though the horses had drunk from streams along the way, she poured water into their large drinking bowls, then pulled out the soft leather cloths, and started rubbing down Whinney again.
Ree would find them . . . some- how, Mere seconds away from the shelter she was soaked to the bone in spite of the thick leather cloth- ing.
Leaning over a small earthen bowl on the table, he broke the shell of the egg, carefully gathering the yoke in one side, and letting all the rest spill into his leather cloth.
The covering material of the first two hundred units or so were brown pig skin, while all later ones were finished in black leather cloth because the pig skin stained easily.
The range of cloths produced under the Meritas brand was expanded to include composite cloth, leather cloth and slate cloth which were used for a variety of purposes including upholstery and trim for automobiles.
In addition to the manufacturing of PVC leather cloth and sheeting products, it also involves in the manufacturing and distribution of automotive components and industrial packaging products as well as in property development.
Under the name of artificial leather (not to be confused with the more modern Pleather) or American leather cloth, large quantities of a material having a more or less leather-like surface were once used, principally for upholstery purposes, such as the covering of chairs, lining the tops of writing desks and tables, and so on.