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Probably a foot or less. Do you think you'd want it made in such a way that it could sit flush with the wall?
Thanks, Don. Just trying to vet out all of the thinking before we go into a prototype.
Do I sense wallet fatigue amongst the forum members? The Saphir Shoeshine Starter Kit is $195 and the Cashmere Knit Polo is one of the softest you'll ever wear. We just have one per size in these examples...
Men's Dressing Valet: Draft III Just receive some additional sketches of our Men's Dressing Valet prototype. Take a look at them here and let me know what you think: http://www.hangerproject.com/blog/2013/12/17/mens-valet-iii/ I am very close to having a prototype made, but want to be as close to the final design as possible since the prototype will most likely cost several thousand dollars. The first one is always the most expensive! I think we're pretty close here....
Todd - Try the Creme Delicate or the Nappa Leather Balm. You can view our complete guide to different leathers and their care here: http://www.hangerproject.com/shoe-care-guide/leather-care-overviewOstrich is discussed.
Twelve Days of Christmas: Day 3 - Be Merry http://www.hangerproject.com/newsletters/twelvedays/be-merry.html Tis the season to be merry. 10% off these items + free shipping today only.
moopband - sorry to hear about the shoes. Sounds like a bummer. Luckily, they can easily be fixed.Take a look at this tutorial: http://www.hangerproject.com/shoe-care-guide/how-to-repair-scratched-shoesThe product you want to use is the Saphir Renovating Repair Cream. It's a resin and pigment cream that can be used to fill holes. Once you're done filling the gouge, repolish with some Saphir Cream Polish. This will smooth out the finish - you'll hardly be able to see it...
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