Kiwi Shoe Parade Gloss Prestige Polish, Tin Black, 50ml
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e. when you look into the toe cap you can see your own reflection, we firstly need to talk about layers. Kiwi Parade Gloss in mid tan Brown is the old favourite and polish of choice for the military and uniformed services.
Keeping your appearance above 100% will never hinder your Cadet career, and having shiny shoes will make you stand out from the crowd as someone who cares about the way they look in uniform. p>How to polish shoes to the best shineStep 1
Apply polish with a cloth or polish applicator. Bizarre stories of using a spoon, irons and other household implements to get big layers of polish onto the shoe quickly. To use Kiwi Parade Gloss Prestige, simply twist the lock on the outside of the tin and remove the lid.Top Tip: Don't do these, of if you do, don't say I said that you could when your mother goes nuts because you have used her best iron to polish with. The downside is that it cracks more readily, especially in cold weather, so is most suited to hard toe caps and heel plates, i. For an extra high shine, apply another light coat of polish, sprinkle with water and buff with a soft cloth. There are rumours that if Parade Gloss gets wet, you get a blue tinge, though I've never actually come across this in practice.
With its high-quality ingredients, this cream offers long-lasting protection for your shoes without the need for frequent applications. STEP 4 For an extra high shine, apply another light coat of polish, sprinkle with water and buff with a soft cloth. Normal Kiwi (or just about any other brand for that matter) has a softer shine so, as stated earlier, you need the knack. Step 4 - For an extra high shine, apply another light coat, sprinkle with water and buff with a soft cloth. This is not a quick fix, it will take you hours (literally) to do this properly, so the first thing to do is to find a comfortable location.When you have been applying thick layers for some time, you will notice that you are beginning to build up a thick layer of polish over the toe cap, the scratches and scrapes will start to disappear the more layers you apply. I hereby absolve myself from blame of anyone who is daft enough to swallow polish, the duster or the boot itself and consequently damage themselves in any way. Kiwi has been dedicated to developing market-leading foot and shoe care products for over a century after William Ramsey innovated the first restorative boot polish in 1908.