Advantages keep those shoes shining bright
|Value for Money||Reasonable|
|Do you need to use much for each clean?||A little goes a long way|
|Irritable to skin?||Gentle|
|Longlasting effects?||Keeps things looking clean for longer than average|
Being an ex soldier I take a bit of pride in my shoes and I like them to be clean and sparkling. I have over the years used many of the branded products for cleaning my shoes, but the one I keep coming back to is Kiwi. Perhaps it is because that is the band I used most when bulling my boots ready for parade.
I don’t use lots of this, so I don’t buy it that often, so I was a little shocked that it is now around 97p a tin. There is a lot in a tin though at least for ordinary shoe cleaning there is. The black waxy looking paste was revealed once had had turned the horizontal key which eases opening. It’s just a little lace looking thing which on the side of the tin between the lid and the bottom. When turned it forces the lid up to accommodate entry.To look at it is a kind of shiny waxy look, it does make everything it touched black, and it does kind of separate a bit so be careful when using, it is very hard to remove once on something. Using a soft brush get a little of the polish on one end and apply lightly to the shoe or boot. Cover completely and leave to dry for a few minutes. Use a stiffer brush to buff up the polish and a duster to add the final shine………………smart as a new pin. Now to bull them and get them absolutely gleaming. Get twelve bottles of high strength beer…………………..no better not.
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