- Nov 12, 2007
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Something isn't right.....Tried brushing, didn't help
I very lightly dabbed the lotion on. Some were probably more sizeable than others. After it sat on the surface for a few minutes, I rubbed it in lightly with a Loth.
There was no additional polish or conditioner on this pair of shoes. Factory stain that I originally spilled on.
Oh, and the lotion is truly called: Saphir cleaning lotion. I wasnt trying to be generic!
When you say "I lightly dabbed the lotion on. Some were probably more sizable than others". Did you apply it to the affected areas only or the entire shoe?
It should be worked into the leather on the entire shoe. The product should be applied with a cloth then, brushed out, not rubbed out with a cloth. Also, not sure what you mean by "factory stain that I originally spilled on".
I never used the product but use Saphir Universal Cream and Renomat every day. They are very effective and safe. Here is a description of the product you used:
If you compare the products that we use to the product that you used you should be easily in the safe zone if used correctly.
At this point it's a trial and error process. First I would try the AE cream that you are expecting. If you are not happy with the results there are renovating creams available. The pigments in those creams are stronger than the pigments in typical cream (or wax) products. However, they are more difficult to use for the layman.
As mentioned above, I'm curious as well to know what brand shoes they are.