I'm restoring a wonderful vintage pair of Edward Greens I picked up on eBay. 202 last, wingtip oxford in a mid-brown with great natural patina. The leather was fairly dry though, and they had no trees (and probably hadn't had any for a while). All of the punching holes were pretty gummed up. I gave them a good cleaning with AE cleaner/conditioner, cleaned out all the holes, went over them with Saphir medium brown wax polish (I didn't have any cream), and replaced the laces. They turned out amazing. I was all ready to post pictures here, but when I put them on I immediately got quite a bit of flaking around all of the creases, which appeared like a fine white powder. Unfortunately, this really emphasizes the creasing. Any advice on how best to deal with this?