Quick and easy solution for restoring color and shine to leather shoes.
We developed this product on special request from a shoe chain in Asia. Traditional shoe polish dries out, is flaky, difficult to apply & messy; so we were given the task of developing a new product to suit the needs of modern day leather.
Wax Based – Feeds, nourishes, softens & protects leather.
Safe To Use – Water Based so can be used on all items of footwear without causing any damage and without a strong odor.
Easy To Apply – Thick cream is rubbed into the shoe with the lid applicator sponge.
No Mess – The cream is applied onto the leather without flaking off or the need to be brushed like traditional shoe polish.
Doesn’t Dry Out – Stays soft and easy to use in the jar.
Can be used on all types of leather except Suede/NuBuck.
Aniline & Semi-Aniline Leather
Oil & Wax Pull Up Leather
Two Tone, Mottled & Antique Finished Leather
It works great in replacement of traditional shoe polish, but more importantly it can be used for more delicate and natural leather shoes, boots & footwear where you wouldn’t previously have used a shoe polish.
One 50ml jar is enough to:
Shine & restore color to a pair of shoes over 50 times!
Stored in a cool dry place, Shoe Shine & Color Restorer will not go hard or dry out. It will last for years.
Remove the sponge applicator from the lid and dip it into the cream.
Rub the sponge into the shoe ensuring all areas of leather are evenly covered with product.
Leave for 5 minutes and buff with a clean cloth. The more you buff, the higher the shine can be restored.
|Black||White||Dark Brown||Med Brown||Tan||Beige||Camel|
|Navy Blue||Light Blue||Maroon||Red||Bordeaux||Pine Green||Pale Green|
|Dark Grey||Light Grey||Ivory||Cream||Yellow||Lilac||Pink|
NOTE: Each color as you can see is split into three shades, this is to indicate that each color cream works on those different shades of the color, i.e. from a light to dark shade. So the more cream you apply, the darker the leather becomes, this is why you are able to achieve varying shades of a color.
Specially formulated colors to re-apply the color to worn antique and rub off style leathers - the most popular being the Chesterfield sofa.