Oops, sorry, meant renomat.
I had indeed also considered trying to darken then to more of a brown color, I will give that more consideration.
I went ahead with the 1:1 mixture and will report back. My local shoe repair guy told me $35 to fix it and that seemed excessive to me, so I will try to clean them up myself. The goo gone I applied (yeah stupid I know) lightened up some parts of the leather. Will applying brown cream polish be ok to fix the color loss?
The vinegar/water mixture seems to have done a great job taking out the stains and spots, but now the area of application looks very light. How should I proceed?
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Some high quality brown cream polish should do the trick. Keep us updated!
hi, I am wondering if I need to moisture long time stocked shoes with Bick 4/Lexol first, or saphir renovateur will be fine?
then what does renovateur do if not moisturize the leather? just use them in the every few months maintaining?
and where can I get lexol/bick4? are what do they do except moistrue the leather?
I know this might be basic to you guys and I really appreciate your patience with me