- Oct 22, 2020
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Okay, I have another question regarding my initial inquiry, I really don't care for the burnishing on my chukka boot since I view it as a country-inspired boot, and I don't like to have too many products and for the sake of keeping it simple whenever this would occur again. I'm thinking of going with Saphir's medium brown, can I just use the cream polish to go over the burnishing toe and heel? or do I need to do some extra step to get rid of the burnishing finish?I’ve scuffed my boot and I’m not sure which saphir cream polish pigment to choose? It’s right at the border of the burnishing....I was thinking mahogany or dark brown
the speck at the middle of the toe is grass, I didn’t notice the speck until now.
The chukka boots are these, https://www.skoaktiebolaget.com/collections/lof-tung/products/lof-tung-cole-mahogany-country-calf
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Of course, I would also apply the cream polish all over the boot and wouldn't mind if it's uneven in color, I like contrast in my leathers....or 'patina'.