Quick wipe/brush when taken off
Shoe trees in
Yeah and considering there isn't much UV light inside the house where I store them I would think it's a very insignificant factor anyway.
Would you say the same is true for suede? I don't know if suede should be considered more easily damaged/stained/whatever or not.
I might still bag my favorite pair of shoes or shoes that I'm not wearing for the season, or maybe if I am going away, I guess.
Thank you for the tip, it actually was perfect advice. I used less polish and added more water and it started giving me that smooth resistance again. Almost finished, going to go add one or two more light layers tomorrow after it dries, then nylon.
Looks reddish but that's just lighting. It's definitely darker since I added dark brown cream and black polish where I wanted it. Real life doesn't look as dark brown as it does in the picture.
Any tips on improving the look? I personally didn't want the whole cap evenly shiny so I purposely shined the edges more than the middle. I left the crease sections slightly unpolished, still shined, polished the sides a bit, added some black, and semi-mirror polished the heels. Upper is slightly polished but not quite reflective, I just figured it would end up looking like a patent shoe which I don't really like.
Fine Sir, What Godly company has produced these shoes for you? And model also and colour :)