Recode is launching a new app for consumers to keep track of their leather cleaning habits.
The app will be available on iOS and Android, and the goal is to make it easy for people to track how often they use a product or how often it is being used.
The goal is also to help people understand how much time they spend using products and how much their leather care is costing them.
The platform, called Leather Cleaning, will be free to users, and it will feature data that will help users better understand how often their leather is being cleaned.
The data will include how much leather the user has cleaned, how often that cleaning was done, and how often the leather was treated.
Recode CEO Robert Scoble says the goal of the app is to be a place for consumers who are curious about their leather, and they want to be able to track it.
“They’re really curious about how they’re cleaning their leather,” he said.
The company has also built a tool to help users figure out what they are spending on their leather.
The tool, called the Leather Cleaner, allows users to create a report of the cost of cleaning leather items.
The report will include cost per wash, time spent cleaning, and other factors.
The information will be displayed on a screen with a color code, which can be adjusted to match the colors of the leather products being cleaned, according to Scobl.
The startup has partnered with the nonprofit Leather Cleaners for Justice to run the tool, and Scobbles says they have been able to make the tool work in the current iOS version of the platform.
The service is available for free to anyone who uses the LeatherCleaner app, and users can also upload their own photos and videos of the products they are using to track their leather use.
The feature was previously available on Android.
Scobbles says they are also partnering with other nonprofits to offer the app to people with chronic leather conditions, as well as to help those with other chronic conditions get the right care.
“We have really been able, over the last couple of years, to find a way to make our product work with a lot of the people that are chronic, and that’s really been one of the challenges,” he explained.
“It’s really easy for us to get it to work with people that don’t have a chronic condition, because we have a lot more tools than they do.”
In addition to the tool that helps users track their own leather cleaning, the app will also be designed to provide insight into the cost and cost per use of a product.
The team is also looking into ways to make Leather Cleaned accessible to people who are not necessarily the most knowledgeable about their condition.
“A lot of people, they are a little bit confused about what leather is, and what care products are, and when they use them, and if they’re safe to use them,” Scobble said.
“And we want to make that easy to understand, because that’s a really important part of leather care.”
The company is also working on a new tool for those who are in the process of changing their habits.
“For the average consumer, we think that people are going to want to know, ‘Are you getting the right amount of cleaning, is it being treated right, and is there enough time between washing your leather?’
That’s a question that they are really looking for,” Scubble said, adding that the company is working with leather manufacturers to help consumers find the right products and understand how they are paying for it.
Recodes first product, the Leather Laundry Tool, was released last year and was released for $35 on the iOS App Store.
The current version of Leather Clean was released in June 2017.
The technology has a big appeal for people who like to keep a log of their daily activities.
“There’s a whole other layer of the way that leather is treated that you really don’t think about until you see your leather in a washing machine, and then you realize how that leather feels, how it’s treated, and you can sort of put a dollar amount on that,” Scuba said.
Scuba is one of many who uses Leather Clean as part of his daily routine.
“I wash it with a lint-free rag and a clean cloth, and I put it in the dishwasher and I scrub it with my brush,” he told Recode.
“But if you don’t care about that kind of stuff, there’s nothing you can do about it.”