excuse the spelling/grammar errors lol..
good luck with your whiskeys.. please post up photos. I'm new to whiskey, learning as I go concerning conditioning
curious what others might be able to provide, info wise..
My recent acquisition of whiskey NST seem fairly dry (compared to previous, other shade, colors of shell)
currently, they have more of a matte finish.. curious what others might apply (reno or venetian possibly) to add some depth/shine to them?
thanks in advance!
Saphir Cordovan Cream in Neutral infuses very much moisture into shell. More so than Reno/Venetian. I have all 3. It is said that it will temporarily darken whiskey, but that once it dries it will return to its original shade. For this reason, I hesitate to suggest it for your situation. All that I can attest to is that the stuff really moisturizes.
No. It's be disputed repeatedly on here. Nobody has been able to offer any concrete evidence that it has adverse effects. The best that has been offered is theorization.
You should get the Lexol wipes for your leather furniture. I know that doesn't help you use up your VSC.
Reno vs VSC has been debated repeatedly on this thread. Nobody has been able to offer any proof that one is superior to the other. One smells better, one is cheaper. As far as results, there really is no discernible difference, and I would be skeptical of anyone who says otherwise.
Yes, this is one of a few common problems that occur with speed hooks. Also one of the reasons why they are a deal-breaker for me every time, except for non-alden boots.
I should try this. The toes are a little dull on my whiskey LWB too.