- Oct 20, 2017
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Not a big issue. The black will probably add some patina to the brown leather. If you want to remove any hint of black polish on the leather, use a neutral polish and some elbow grease. This will lift off the black. Use circular motions and a bit of pressure. You can then reapply the correct polish and brush.Need some help here from the forum. I polished my dark brown Chelsea boots today and by mistake grabbed the brush that I used to buff out black polish. I realized this after buffing both shoes. No super noticible issues except maybe a duller than expected finish. How do I recover from this? Can I repolish with brown polish and buff with the correct brush, or do I have by a product to remove all the waxes?
I occasionally use black polish on burgundy and some brown shoes just to enrich and darken the colour of I feel they look faded.