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Old 08-19-2012, 09:51 AM   #15
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Well.. as it happens I like the tan colors myself.

But as for the white (And yes this answer is a joke) Look up or Google; Hearlds of Valdemar.

These are characters in a line of books by one Mrecedes Lackey.. I happen to be reading one just now.

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Old 08-19-2012, 12:03 PM   #16
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If it is true Ultraleather TM, it costs about $75 a yard to buy.

Our is 17 years old and we recovered a fabric sofa in UltraLeather TM about 4 years ago.

Some other products are called Ultra Leather but are a heavier material and IMHO do not wear so well over time.

We travel with a 45 lb dog who enjoys the sofas and navigator chair over the past 10+ years.

No damage, no cleaning difficulty, and a great deal of comfort has occurred in the past 64,000 miles.

Off white makes the bulky furniture in the interior seem smaller visually to us.

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Old 08-19-2012, 09:07 PM   #17
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We have off white leather on the front Flexsteel seats. Still in good shape after 10 years with no cracks. They do have some claw marks from our cats though!

We also have the white washed real maple woodwork. Optional but well worth it.
Mr D we are on our 2nd long trip 4 months now and have cat's with us. We have cloth in our coach and keep them covered to keep the Cats from the Claw marks....LOL the Fly swater has become the spanking stick. We are looking to move up to a newer DP and we are seeing White or Cream too. I guess i will still cover the Coach's and seats to keep them looking good.. Also will keep the front dash covered as they seem to like to sun them self up there. We saw a DP at the campground at the Good Sam Rally in Phoenix that had a Enclosure attached to one of his Windows for his cats and they could sit outside and sun. It was pretty cool. I think i saw a post somewhere that they use to sell them but it got to expensive to do anymore.

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