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Manwhore?


chogall I seriously don't get your problem. You seems nice to others, but this is closer to the edge than ever with me.
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Come on, guys, leave Travers alone. I know he writes some daft comments, sometimes, but I guess we all do that. He also offers useful comments, too and always seems bright and breezy.

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Question for spring cleaning, fellas - anybody using Renomat as a soap (lather with dampened applicator) rather than a stripper? I hope I'm not alone.

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I'm sure this has been covered in the 900+ pages, but what's the difference between Saphir Renomat and Renovatuer?

 

And under what circumstances should i use which?

 

I just acquired both, but am unsure of how to proceed.

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Renovateur is a conditioning cream. Renomat is a medium grade stripper that can be lather up into a soapy cleaner as well.

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chogall I seriously don't get your problem. You seems nice to others, but this is closer to the edge than ever with me.

He's an asshat to everyone that isn't a cordwainer. An asshat with good taste, but still an asshat. 

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chogall I seriously don't get your problem. You seems nice to others, but this is closer to the edge than ever with me.

He's an asshat to everyone that isn't a cordwainer. An asshat with good taste, but still an asshat. 

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He's an asshat to everyone that isn't a cordwainer. An asshat with good taste, but still an asshat. 

He seems to be a fine fella, FWIW, if he just opens a little more. 

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Easy, tigers...all will be well. Now, back to shoes!

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LOL!!! Any spring cleaning activities?

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I've bought a pair of Bally Arise shoes and they seem not to take a polish. Even brushing them with a horsehair brush seems to raise a knap on the leather as seen below. Any suggestions on care?

 

 

 

 

 

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Welcome to the forum, Nicco.  I moved your post over here so you can get the help you need.  Best of luck!

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Originally Posted by Nicco61 View Post
 

I've bought a pair of Bally Arise shoes and they seem not to take a polish. Even brushing them with a horsehair brush seems to raise a knap on the leather as seen below. Any suggestions on care?

 

 

 

 

 

CG leather? It doesn't look anything like CG, though, to be honest.

 

How bout try clean it with a dauber and warm water, then apply Lexol conditioner, let completely dry, then come back polishing? 

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Originally Posted by traverscao View Post
 

CG leather? It doesn't look anything like CG, though, to be honest.

 

How bout try clean it with a dauber and warm water, then apply Lexol conditioner, let completely dry, then come back polishing? 


CG Leather?

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