Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Mr. Moo, Feb 28, 2011.
It did? Can you post a photo?
Nice! Thank you. I didn't know you could do that...I've never had the problems you had to begin with but I've seen it.
And now I've seen the solution.
thanks to Jeroen, too.
dang...neeeeeeeeeeed amazing depth in that color.
I also engaged in some shoe shining activites this weekend. My almos 3 year old C&J Edgware.
Wasnt happy with how they looked so I stripped them clean and gave it some red-ish tint by applying mahogany cream and dark brown wax.
lol, wow I thought he was joking. That takes guts to do something like that. I don't think I'd have intentionally burned my shoes without any proof first. nice.
I did my research before asking and that was suggested more than once. I was still a little hesitant, but figured it was worth a shot. Thrilled with the result.
Any tips or tricks to doing it?
Who is it if you don't mind me asking? I remember reading about a member on here making his own polish but I can't remember who it was.
Damn suede, shit, my house just burned down!
I just moved the flame quickly over the areas. You can hear a cracking noise when you get the "hairy" spots. There isn't much to it.
^ Dude, much respect
Thanks Niklas - and those C&Js look very rich and lustrous - well done.
i had an interview the other day so I had to wear my favorite light brown johnston murphys through the snow there is crusty snow dried all over them, best practice on cleaning off the dirt?
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