How to use Burgol Nubuck-Wildkederpfleger?

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  1. ThatGuy

    ThatGuy Senior member

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    Hi,

    I recently purchased this product thinking it was a spray suede protector. Upon trying to use it last night, I discovered that it has some kind of sponge applicator.

    Is anyone familiar with this product?

    Would appreciate some guidance on how to use it.

    And, yes, I've tried searching for this information. Nothing turned up.

    Thanks!
     


  2. ThatGuy

    ThatGuy Senior member

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    This is a legit product.

    Surely someone out there knows?????
     


  3. Mr. Moo

    Mr. Moo Boxercise Toughguy

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    I thought you were just mashing keys.
     


  4. ThatGuy

    ThatGuy Senior member

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    I thought you were just mashing keys.

    I kid you not.

    Someone surely is sophisticated enough to have purchased this???
     


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    pvrhye Senior member

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    Retozimmermann sells Burgol products. He may know.
     


  6. retozimmermann

    retozimmermann Senior member

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    While making our new Burgol catalogue I've discovered this thread. Although the original question was asked a long time ago, I wanted to answer it in case others might find it useful.

    The Burgol suede care does indeed come without aerosols and instead has an applicator sponge. Tipping that sponge on a hard surface or directly the shoe, will fill the sponge with liquid in order to be directly applied to the leather in sweeping motions. All parts of the shoe should be about equally treated with the suede care and in particular no part should be significantly wetter than others. It is not necessary to completely soak the shoes in the liquid.

    Doing without a spray function is much more environmentally friendly because we don't need gas, and all the content of a bottle is the actual product. Half the content of spray cans is often not the product but just the aerosol. Also, by directly applying to the leather, none of the product gets wasted by spraying it needlessly into the air.

    I hope this was helpful.
    Cheers
    Reto
     


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