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One of the significant problems of used natural leather shoes is the growth of bacteria which contributes to the unpleasant smell during use. In this study, an attempt was made to improve the antibacterial property of cow and goat leather by surface modification using corona discharge. The corona discharge surface modification was performed at different stages of the oiling process. The effectiveness of the different process was evaluated using two representative bacteria named S. aureus and E.fatcat:k7cymudxzzdwxlmv4yf6nnxsw4