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Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by luk-cha, Apr 7, 2011.
haa, my bad. Ill need to go back and search June's posts. I remember someone posting the cost.
no biggy if it does, adds to the patina hehe, but yes with a bit of local fire water and a good brushin and then some cream they look ok!
Liquor? I hope you used something good.
I've never seen such a thing on shoes before.
Does your air conditioning not work well? It seems that it would keep the air so dry that mold wouldn't grow.
+1. anyone else ever tried that?
luk-cha meant alcohol for desinfection and getting rid of spots. as we already mentioned. the situation looks worse than it really is.
http://www.moutaichina.com/en/about/about.html just some of this to help clear of the mold, but if you try it with like vidka do but too much other wise it will stripe back the polish
Added to bucket list : Polish piles of bespoke GGs with LukCha.
I'm on a roll, finally figured out how to upload pics. Here is the Rothchild in Vintage Chestnut on the DG70, photos don't do justice to the color of the shoes. Taken at Starbucks after I got them back from my shoe guy.
remove the plastic on the heels, immediately. this is blasphemy...
I find that I wear the heels of my shoe very quickly, I asked for heel protectors and that is what they put on. I would prefer not to continually repair/replace the heel. Any alternatives?
they should do it correctly. that's all.
Okay, how is it done incorrectly? Is it positioned incorrectly? He was recommended to me by a SA in a high end shoe department in the Yorkville area. I balked at top taps and a Topy, settling for the heel protector since I am very hard on the heels of my shoes.
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