Go to the main content of the page
Art and Crafty - Sale of products and materials for handicrafts, painting and restoration

Shoe Care

Shoe Care
A pair of leather shoes might last some people only a year, but with proper care, a high-quality pair of leather shoes can last many years. 

How often you have to actively care for your shoes depends not only on how well you passively care for them but also on your wearing habits: ow often you wear them, what kind of surfaces you walk on, how long you wear them each day and even what season it is. If you are exceptionally hard on your shoes, if you have only one pair of shoes, or if you wear them in heavy rain or snow, you may need to tend to them more frequently.

Items

Page 1 - Showing from 1 to 5 of 5 items
Filter items
Loading content...

Shoe brush:

Is an essential tool for cleaning off dust from your shoes and for buffing in moisturizers and polishes. 
Sometimes a rag is necessary too for applying the various cleaners, conditioners, creams and waxes you'll need for a full shoe-care regimen; you can also use a rage to quickly wipe down and dust off shoe or to buff polish to a mirror finish. It is imperative that you use a different rag for every different product so that you don't end up with cross-contamination. 

Leather cleaner

Removes any foreign substance and dust that would otherwise get trapped under the polish and damage the leather. It also prepares the surface of the leather to accept the moisturizer and polish by stripping away the excess oils and polish already present. 

Leather conditioner 

Ensures that your shoes leather remains a stalwart buffer against the elements. Dry leather is brittle, which diminishes its waterproofing and breathability. Like your skin, dry leather will feel slightly rougher- running your finger along the shoe is a good way to tell if your shoes need some conditioning. In addition to feeling bad, dry leather makes a poor base for building up a polish patina.

Shoe polish

Provides the brunt of the aesthetics in a shoe-care routine. Basically dye suspended in oils and waxes, shoe polish fills in small scratches and craks and renews the color and gloss of your shoes. Polishing ypur shoes is pretty straightforward (apply polish, buff to shine), but polishing your shoes well takes some finesse and patiense. 
Shoe polish come in two forms: Cream shiners (like Saphir Médaille d'Or) which are for restoring color, and wax polishes (like Saphir Pate de Luxe) which are for buffing shoes to a shine. 

Best sellers in Shoe Care

You can activate instant notifications to receive snotice about your order.The instant notifications of the store are activated, you can deactivate them if you want to stop receiving notices.Notifications are blocked, you must enable them in your web browser if you want to receive notifications
Scroll up Scroll up
My cart
Loading content...
Comparison Chart
Loading content...
Cookies policy
Utilizamos cookies propias y de terceros para analizar nuestros servicios y mostrarle publicidad relacionada con sus preferencias en base a un perfil elaborado a partir de sus hábitos de navegación. (por ejemplo, páginas visitadas).

For more information go to AQUÍ.
Secured By Sectigo