Originally Posted by DWFII
Considering that the cut is on the heel, if you are extremely careful you could close this cut up to near invisibility with a little super glue and a bone folder or a very smooth piece of plastic ...even a teaspoon might work. Apply the SG very sparingly inside the cut...I'd use a dressmaker's pin...and then push the cut flat and the loose edge towards closure with the bone.
Again, be meticulous and sparing. You can always try again but if you get excess squeezing out of the cut the chances are slim that you will be able to remove it. Or be able to polish over it.
If it works, this will be a near-as-nevermind permanent repair
Originally Posted by dbhdnhdbh
If it bothers you enough, before polishing it over, you might see whether your cobbler can glue it back down. You will probably still need to disguise the cut with polish, but the lifted edges might get worse if not fixed in place.
Originally Posted by isshinryu101
Thanks guy for all the suggestion....
Will let you guys know how things turn out...hope i will fix this right....
ps. i was going to buy a Saphir products to help cover this tear...any suggestion on which I should buy?
What i'm thinking now are the renovator/ wax/ cream polish.....also are the "bordeaux" and "burgundy" color from Saphir the same thing?
I was checking hangerproject and they use the term burgundy...while a store in Ebay that sell Saphir product as well use "bordeaux"...