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Sorry. I used Google Translate.Yes, they do not sell conditioner.http://www.der-feine-auftritt.de/en/Shoe-Care-Products/Shoe-wax-Polish-Shoe-cream?cat=5&sort=&XTCsid=b46ea2b7e9ae23a0eb33420d709579f5&filter_id=1I think "Aqueous formula" means water based.http://www.valmour.com/cleaning-products/leather-renovator-saphir-medaille-dor,522Renovator may contain some solvent, but Renovator NAPPA says "without addition of...
Hello benhour, here is a simple test for color density. http://www.burgol.de/shoecare#schuhpflege6 BTW, Marc Moura says that the coloring agents of CREME 1925 are not pigments but only dyes in the following interview. http://allabout.co.jp/gm/gc/418273/
How about Leather Filler?http://www.furnitureclinic.co.uk/Leather_Repair_Kit.phphttp://www.buffaloleather.co.uk/product012-buffalo-deep-leather-filler-paste.htmhttp://www.leatherworldtech.com/Products/Leather-Master-Leather-Filler---60ml__LMLF60.aspxhttp://www.leatherworldtech.com/Products/Leather-Filler__LWLF.aspx
I was also confused and I tried to find out once.Up until the early 1910s, Americans correctly used the term "bal (balmoral)".However, "bal oxford (balmoral oxford)" came into use since around the late 1910s in the US and Canada.About 100 years ago, US        UK Oxford     = Oxford Blucher Oxford = Derby Balmoral    = BalmoralSince around the late 1910s, US        UK Bal Oxford   = Oxford Blucher Oxford = Derby
Thanks, I found these pics were taken by Saphir Taiwan via TarragoUsa's facebook. https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.521622374518889.133141.269375806410215&type=1
Breaking news; Marc Moura, owner of Saphir, said La Cordonnerie Anglaise was acquired. http://allabout.co.jp/gm/gc/418273/3/ (I don't know who took these pics(http://www.baike.com/wiki/%E8%8E%8E%E8%8F%B2%E9%9B%85))
While Cream Shoe Polish Pommadier does not contain water, Renovateur contains water, which needs for a mirror shine.
I have never used acetone, but I have used turpentine for a wax remover. My understanding is that acetone is more aggressive than turpentine. Here is some information.
May I ask you to review a leather degreaser?http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B004RHZJ80ORhttp://www.mohawk-finishing.com/catalog_browse.asp?ictnbr=596
Hi. Maybe you have mistaken me for someone else...?Here are other leathers, which are not so different from soling bends.http://archive.org/details/jresv38n1p119
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