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post #16 of 46
Where would one pick up a deer boner?
post #17 of 46
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Where would one pick up a deer boner?

Link
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Thanks Reb. Anyone with dogs have any experience with this?
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Thanks Reb. Anyone with dogs have any experience with this?
nope, but here's an article about it. I plan on buying one.

http://asuitablewardrobe.dynend.com/...eer-bones.html
post #20 of 46
deer bone helps reduce the wrinkles in cordovan???!! I believe...
post #21 of 46
You can get similar results with cordovan cream and a metal spoon.
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You can get similar results with cordovan cream and a metal spoon.

How? More on this please.
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You can get similar results with cordovan cream and a metal spoon.

yea but deer bone = man points.

Your buddies gelling up their hair to go out to the clubs and see you out of the corner of their eye working on your cordovan.. oh what? no i'm just buffing my shoes with Bambi's amputated appendage. What up, bitch?!
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yea but deer bone = man points.

Your buddies gelling up their hair to go out to the clubs and see you out of the corner of their eye working on your cordovan.. oh what? no i'm just buffing my shoes with Bambi's amputated appendage. What up, bitch?!

ROFL.
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deer bone helps reduce the wrinkles in cordovan???!! I believe...
Not just ANY deer bone, silly. You have to use the femur from a female Père David deer....shining your shells with that will restore them to pre-new condition with 5 minutes of work... If you have an all-out RIP in your shells, you can do the Père David deer bone trick, but it must be done by a specially-trained shaman with another deer bone through their nose... Works wonders for shell. but only shell, not calf or alligator or anything like that. Horse bone also works, I'm told...but not as well as Pere David deer femur.... Happy shining!
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That ain't no deer bone...that looks like a chicken bone from yesterday's dinner.....
post #27 of 46
Im very intrigued by this deer bone business. In all the years of reading about shell here, never once have I heard about this. Can anyone else offer insight?
post #28 of 46
Here's a short description of the deer bone and instructions on how to use it

http://www.der-feine-auftritt.de/pro...hing-Bone.html

I got mine from Abbeyhorn, haven't tried using it though
post #29 of 46
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That ain't no deer bone...that looks like a chicken bone from yesterday's dinner.....
where to find da femur deer bone?
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Here's a short description of the deer bone and instructions on how to use it http://www.der-feine-auftritt.de/pro...hing-Bone.html I got mine from Abbeyhorn, haven't tried using it though
do you have it in your possession? is this a femur bone?
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