Sorry, that's my fault. The toe is considerably darker after applying neutral cream and wax. The burgundy colour seems to have bled and created a burnished look. I want to restore it to its original colour. I tried using several rounds of renomat, with some luck, but the majority of the blackened look is still there. Does anyone have any suggestions to completely remove, or is it something I should just learn to live with?
None taken. I used saphir renovatuer, saphir neutral cream and saphir neutral wax. Typically when I've used saphir neutral cream I'd get some bleeding, but it would go away. When I attempted a mirrorshine, for the first time, I rubbed harder than I think I needed to.
I only used renomat after I had the issue with the burnishing. I hope that makes sense. Sorry for taking up so much space, but I do appreciate your responses. I find all information very helpful!
If it's not too late, I would agree with the experts, above about Saphir Renovating Cream. I have only ever used it as an edge dressing (and Saphir recommend this as the prime use of the product). I am not sure I would want to use it on other parts of a shoe. It's very useful, though, on double-soled shoes that tend to get scuffed round the edges.