Removing old (synthetic) shoe polish, The how to.

Well maintained shoes are polished regularly. However, because of using too much or the wrong shoe polish (synthetic or color) which is not good for the leather, It may be necessary to remove these layers of polish before polishing them again. By removing the old layers of dirt and polish, you allow the new nurturing layers of polish and/or cream to be absorbed better into the leather. But how do I remove these old layers of polish correctly? The ShoeCare-Shop offers multiple products that will do the job.

Saddle Soap
Saphir’s saddle soap is a soap specially designed for cleaning leather and shoes before polishing them again. With the included sponge and some hot water you clean the dirt off your shoes. When you are sattisfied with the amount of dirt that has been washed off your shoes, simply wipe the remaining soap with a moist cloth. To complete the process please dry your shoes with a dry cotton cloth. Do not apply new layers of (beeswax) before the shoes are completely dry. It’s advisable to let the shoes dry for a couple of hours.

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Renomat by Saphir is used to thoroughly rid leather from dirt and synthetically based layers of polish. Renomat is applied with the included brush and cleaned without adding any water. Afterwards wipe your shoes with a dry cloth, and let them dry for about fifteen minutes. For extra details regarding the cleaning process please view the video below.

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The video below describes how to remove dirt and old layers of polish with Renomat.

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