Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mild Mannered, Sep 27, 2009.
I can't believe I missed that webgem. The orange grain just works tremendously well.
One more in better lighting.. The IPhone 5 camera isn't as good as I thought.
Wow I never seem to get such a good shine in the toe no matter what I do.
You have to "bull" the toe.. Takes time but is worth it. Now I need to figure out the rest of the shoe. I have no desire to spend 3 more hours shining tonight..
Bull the toe maybe that's my problem I don't know what that means
Beautiful. Well done.
I bull everything I own and then stop. Post pics if you work on the whole thing!
Warning: Do not use Renovateur on the AE dress belt (at least walnut for sure). I just did and it pulled the color right off leaving a splotchy mess. Ugh.
On the positive side, it worked great on the burgundy shell belt.
Michael, here is a quick video I found on YouTube.
Good to know and sorry this happened! I was considering using Ren on a light, walnut-ish Polo Ralph Lauren belt I have. the part the buckle rests on has a mark where it's lightened up from wear.
Thanks I tried to search for it but I couldn't find it. Now after this Indy and the 744 I got stop for awhile.... Oops except I have those shell strands coming. Any one think the can put me up when the wife finds out
Thanks I really appreciate you taking the time to help
It's crazy what goes into the chromexcel:
Ok I saw the video so you recommend some kiwi wax... All I have now is some natural saphir wax that I use in conjunction with there cream polish and Reno. Maybe I need to get some colored wax from kiwi
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