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Old 03-19-2019, 05:36 PM   #1
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Do any new RVs come with real cloth upholstery? Don't like fake leather. Our 1999 Dut

Anyone know of current rvs with fabric upholstery?
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Old 03-19-2019, 10:51 PM   #2
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Not cloth but not fake leather with, Entegra Cornerstone has real leather. But, for us the fake leather is softer and more comfortable. Not sure any uses cloth in an RV anymore.
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The Ultraleather used in most coaches is really the best of both worlds. With real leather, you would spend a lot of time maintaining it and as "Ann n Gene" stated, the Ultraleather is often softer. There have been issues with Ultraleather, but that's often because a lower quality of the material has been specified by the coach builder.

We had cloth couches in our coaches in the past and it was okay, but I certainly wouldn't want it for the front seats. I also wouldn't order anything with cloth in this day and age.

Moving from cloth to Utraleather is one of those things you think isn't something you would like/want, but after living with it, you won't go back.
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Well, if money's no object...then go to Newell & Prevost. They still do cloth upholstery. Very high quality fabrics. Foretravel may offer the option also.
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