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I have a pair of Gravati shoes in a deep brown.  The shoes are a split toe with contrast stitching, therefore I use a neutral shoe cream to polish the shoes. I've noticed that if I polish the shoes and then wait a few days to wear them, that I get a light white haze on the shoes, mostly in the creases, but only on other parts of the shoe.  I thought there was a problem with the shoe cream, but on other shoes I don't seem to get the same problem. Any recommendations?  Is there perhaps a problem with the shoe leather?  The shoes have only been worn a few times. Thanks for any input. By the way, the shoe cream I'm using is Synovia from Nordstrom. Is there perhaps a better choice that is widely available?
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I've only encountered this problem with shell cordovan, which neutral shoe cream should never be allowed to touch. But presumably your Gravatis are made of calfskin. Mystery. . . .
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