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I truly appreciate the offer, but there is a cobbler right near my house that sells Saphir products.  I will pick up Renomat today after work.   The color of the stripped area in the photo looks lighter because the wax darkened the leather significantly.  I'm not worried about the color change.
This is the information that I needed to hear.  Thank you.   I have Renovateur and Saphir Pate De'Lux, so they will be conditioned after they are stripped.  I will probably let them sit with Reno on them for a day before I brush it off.  I bought these shoes used and they had a build up even before I got them.
Ok then!  Going to give it a try!
Gentlemen,   I need some help with cleaning my shoes.  There is definitely a build up of wax that I am trying to remove using Lexol cleaner.  The cleaner certainly takes a lot of elbow grease to work and below is how far i've gotten on one shoe.  Notice the wax wearing away around the broging.  It took me maybe 30 minutes just to remove that.  Should it be taking that long?  Would Renomat work faster?   Any help would be mostly appreciated.   
To return them to their original color and get rid of the built up wax.  Why else?
Trying to strip my Strands down using Lexol cleaner.  So far this is as far as I've gotten.  They need some serious elbow grease.  Is Renomat significantly easier to use?  I'll take anything to make the job easier at this point.  Notice the color change around the broging.  That's where the wax is starting to give way.  The natural color is starting to come through.    
Then you must be as pissed at your landlords as I am :)
Grant last color 8 cap toe boots.  Fresh after the Mac Method.  Most definitely used SnapSeed for the edits.    
Lol.  Ok, I was way off.
Yes, KW does this, but I think it's $750+whatever you paid for the fabric.  I believe you need nine yards for a suit.
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