- Mar 26, 2005
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I don't mean substantially, just changing the tone a little. I need to "tone" a light tan belt to better match some British chestnut-colored shoes. By "British chestnut," I mean that unique medium-light reddish-tan that the Brits call "chestnut." I need to find a way to get a bit of a reddish cast to the belt leather, which at the moment has none whatsoever. Do any of you shoe-color experimenters have any suggestions? I'm reluctant to just use the methods we might with shoes for fear of cream and polish coming off on clothes. Or is there a way to get the cream to sort of set in and dry completely in such a way that it wouldn't cause this problem? What could I try?