- Sep 16, 2007
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Coffee burnished medallion Woodstocks.
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The Acorn colour does have a tendency to pick up such stains.
Thanks for sharing your experience.The Acorn colour does have a tendency to pick up such stains.
You could do the following:
1. U need to clean them. Take some saddle soap. Give them a through cleaning. The Stow leather is a tough leather, so don't worry too much. Give them a good through cleaning. Let them dry for 5-6 hours.
2. If the stains are still there, then go for a Saphir Creme Surfine Cream shoe polish. Number of application depends on u and the state of the stain.
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3. I personally just put some conditioner on it and then go for the Saphir Medaille D'Or Pate-de-Luxe Wax Polish. I personally put 2-3 coats of wax on my show boots. It creates a good layer of wax between the leather and environment. I will always act as a barrier and prevent the frequency of further stains significantly.
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I don’t think it has to be an exact colour.Quick question, when it comes to belts, it’s best to have a similar colour as boots, however, does this apply to bags too? I’ve found a nice bag that matches the Acorns but not sure if there’s a “rule” or if contrast is better, like a darker brown.
Not strictly Trickers so forgive me