Published on Oct 10, 2009emulsified oils which are used in leather manufacture to lubricate the collagen fibres, allowing them to move freely when the ugg støvler skin is dried, thereby imparting softness to the skin.
Drying (4 24 hours) Once tanned and wool dyed, the skins are then dried in heated forced air dryers by “toggling” the skins
to a frame.
Drycleaning (4 24 hours) The dried skins are “drycleaned” in either white spirit (a high boiling petroleum fraction) or
perchloroethylene. The drycleaning removes the natural fat and grease present within the skins.
Pelt Dyeing / Syntanning ugg støvler børn Once the pelt grease is removed, the skins are returned to the paddle for pelt dyeing. This step
is performed at low temperature (less than 30oC) in order to minimise staining of the wool by the pelt dye. After pelt
dyeing, the skins are “syntanned” using synthetic tanning agents in order to give the pelts added fullness and firmness. The skins are then redried.
Step 2. Finishing
Once all the tanning and processing steps have been completed, the skins are ready for final finishing prior to being used in
ugg boot manufacture.
Staking After ugg støvler københavn “conditioning” the skins to approximately 20% moisture content, the skins are staked in a staking machine.
This softens and stretches the skin pelt, and puts a “nap” on the pelt surface.
Combing / Ironing / Clipping The wool is combed in a combing machine ugg københavn to remove tangles and any burrs or grass seeds present
Step 3. Manufacturing
Panels are cut from the skins using a “clicking press”. Once cut, the panels are sewn together using industrial sewing machines, then the sole is glued to the boot. Once this is done, the boots are ready for sale!