Kiwi Shoe Parade Gloss Prestige Polish, Tin Black, 50ml

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Kiwi Shoe Parade Gloss Prestige Polish, Tin Black, 50ml

Kiwi Shoe Parade Gloss Prestige Polish, Tin Black, 50ml

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The incredible shine that can be achieved using Kiwi Parade Gloss is down to the genuine vegetable turpentine oil which penetrates beneath the surface to deeply enrich the black leather. Please also consult your physician for a complete list of indications, warnings, precautions, adverse events, clinical results, and other important medical information. All of our products have proven themselves operationally in the real world and have been chosen by us because they are amongst the best choices to get the job done when it counts the most.

Top Tip: You will know if you are using too much liquid because the surface becomes "duller" quickly, to fix this, use more polish to soak up the liquid. Once you have reached the "smooth" state, you can now turn the shoes into "black mirrors" or "glass".

New: A brand-new, unused, unopened and undamaged item in original retail packaging (where packaging . Step 4 - For an extra high shine, apply another light coat, sprinkle with water and buff with a soft cloth. No refunds or exchanges will be made for incomplete, damaged or unsealed goods, including damage to original packaging. If you want to use Kiwi Parade Gloss, then be warned that it contains paraffin which will have a detrimental effect on the quality of shine you achieve.

Kiwi Elite (now renamed to "Instant Wax Shine") is a good time saver, but you must let it thoroughly dry (about 6 hours) before giving it a final buff with nylons. Take the pad of your finger (the one with the cloth wrapped around it) and apply some polish to it from your Kiwi. This is not a quick fix, it will take you hours (literally) to do this properly, so the first thing to do is to find a comfortable location. Delivers the ultimate shine to your leather shoes, while also providing nourishment, protection and increased water resistance.We send all of our goods either With Royal mail First class / Tracked 48 post or Parcel 24 for Heavier Bulkier items or if the parcel is over 2kg. Start your next layer, when it feels "rough", apply more liquid, when the swirls start to go away, apply your next layer! has been around for many a moon, and there are about fifty different methods handed down from airman to airman over the years. When you have been applying thick layers for some time, you will notice that you are beginning to build up a thick layer of polish over the toe cap, the scratches and scrapes will start to disappear the more layers you apply.

I hereby absolve myself from blame of anyone who is daft enough to swallow polish, the duster or the boot itself and consequently damage themselves in any way. Once the polish has been applied, leave to dry for a few minutes or until the polish has visibly set. A good indication of when enough is enough is when the surface of the toe cap is smooth: there are no scratches, potholes or anything else to be seen apart from a smooth surface. Whenever you feel the pressure or roughness coming back, apply more liquid to the cloth not to the boot itself. Bizarre stories of using a spoon, irons and other household implements to get big layers of polish onto the shoe quickly.

If the original packaging (shoe box) has been thrown away or is defaced (writing, tape, etc) this will reduce the retail value of the product for re-sale, therefore if this happens we will only refund you 80% of your good value.



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