Here are some ways to properly vet a wholesale blank leather patch supplier:
Look up their business registration, licenses, and certifications. See how long they have been in operation. This shows their legitimacy.
This is the best way to assess the quality of their leather patches. Inspect the stitching, cuts, finish, and hardware. Compare to your specifications.
Have them make a small amount of patches using your exact design. Thoroughly inspect the samples for accuracy and quality before ordering bulk quantities.
If possible, ask to see photos of patches they have made for other customers. This will give you a better sense of the quality and capabilities.
Look up the supplier on sites like Alibaba and Made-in-China to see what other buyers have said about the quality, service, and reliability. Pay attention to both positive and negative reviews.
If you can contact any of their previous customers, ask them about their experiences working with the supplier. Ask about the quality of patches received, responsiveness, and if there were any issues.
Place a smaller trial order first to really evaluate the quality before investing in a large wholesale order. This acts as a “test run” for the supplier.
Reputable patch suppliers should have no issues providing you with contact information for a few of their previous customers as references that you can talk to.
Have them explain in detail how they will communicate with you throughout the whole production process to ensure there are no misunderstandings or delays.
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