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A picture from the NYC x SF Trunk Show
Virtual Style Forum Trunk Show for those Who Can't Make it to New York I am excited to be in New York this weekend for the StyleForum x NYC Trunk Show. I know that many of you guys can't be here but wish you could. So, instead of leaving you guys out, I'm launching a "Virtual Trunk Show" on The Hanger Project's affiliate thread today and tomorrow. I'll be posting pictures and videos from the event here on this thread. In addition, I'll be offering tomorrow: A 15%...
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Virtual Style Forum Trunk Show for those Who Can't Make it to New York I am excited to be in New York this weekend for the StyleForum x NYC Trunk Show. I know that many of you guys can't be here but wish you could. So, instead of leaving you guys out, I'm launching a "Virtual Trunk Show" here on my affiliate thread today and tomorrow. I'll be posting pictures and videos from the event here on this thread. In addition, I'll be offering tomorrow: A 15% Trunk Show...
Sorry, I'm seeing that I was not clear.Apply the polish with a chamois.Use a stiff-bristled dauber to remove any polish that may have gotten into the holes.
JimmyHoffa has a point here. When polishing shoes with brouging, I start on a smooth area without holes to lighten the polish (it always starts off thick regardless of how careful you are) before moving onto more sensitive areas. I also use the tin of my polish jar as a pallet, daubing the polish there to help further control the amount applied to the chamois.
This is part an unavoidable consequence. If you polish any shoe with brouging, it's almost impossible to not get polish into the holes. I think that the trick is to go light on the polish around these areas and then to use a stiff-bristled dauber to really work the stuff out of the holes. And then, if you still need more help, a toothpick. I looked into having toothpicks made that were designed for this particular purpose, but had trouble finding a manufacturer that would...
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