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How To Polish Your Leather Dress Shoes In 6 Steps

Keeping your leather dress shoes as tidy as they were on the day you bought them is a tricky task. Regardless of being hard work, there are specific tricks that you can use to make them look great again. Since there are many different ways to polish your dress shoes, we have organized six easy steps for you to follow. The items you will need are really accessible and won’t cost you much: Tin of wax polish. Horsehair shine brush. Shoe polish brush (Applicator) Cotton Balls Shine Cloth How To Polish Your Leather Dress Shoes In 6 Steps First Step Place your leather dress shoes on top of an old towel or a newspaper. This way you won’t get shoe...

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How To Polish Your Black Leather Shoes Like A Professional

Usually, there's two type of people, the ones who have been in the military and learned how to polish their shoes or the ones who have no clue about it and pay for them to be polished. Well, today for those who have no clue what to do, we will teach you how to polish your shoes like a professional. But, before we start with the steps you'll need to remove your shoelaces and apply an edge dressing to the sole of the shoe and allow the shoes to dry on a newspaper to prevent getting edge dressing on the floor. Secondly, clean the welt of the shoes using a welt brush lightly dampened with a conditioner. Try to use...

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How To Make Your Leather Shoes Shine

If your shoes are looking a bit dull and lacking that sparkle, and you’re not sure how to restore them back to their original beauty, let us show you what can make your leather shoes shine once again. The best way to do this is to grab the following items: good quality shoe brush, leather shoe polish, and a soft cloth. Steps to make your leather shoes shine: First, you will want to use the shoe brush to remove any debris on the surface, then apply a small amount of shoe polish onto the cloth and apply the polish gently to the leather in small circles. Then grab your brush again and remove any excess polish from the shoe. Finally,...

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