You will need (all available on the ShoeMedic website as well as in store):
-Saphir Horsehair Brush
-Saphir Square Cotton Cloth
-Saphir Mirror Gloss
- Brush your leather boots with a shoe brush to remove loose dirt, mud or dust. Before you start polishing, your leather boots need to be free of excess debris.
- Using a soft cloth, add the Saphir Mirror Gloss Wax to the shoe. Keep in mind, a little goes a long way! In tiny circular movements, rub the polish on the shoe, being careful not to get any on your carpet or floor. Removing shoe polish stains is very difficult, so we recommend setting down newspaper or plastic as a protective shield.
- To remove any extra shoe polish from your shoes, use your shoe brush. This can be done with fast, short brush strokes. This makes it possible for the polish to sink deeper into the leather while making sure you achieve a smooth, uniform look.
- Using a soft cloth and brisk, back-and-forth motions, buff the leather. For a final shiny look, this is the quickest and easiest way to add shine to your shoes.