Create a free account to check out faster, store multiple shipping addresses, view and track your orders in your account, and much more.
Please enter your password to continue.
Whether you’re trekking through distant lands, or just trekking to work, it won’t be long before your leather shoes start to show their age. There isn’t always time for the lengthy shine and buff ritual, but thankfully, a quick application goes a long way with these portable wipes. They clear up scuffs instantly and give dull kicks a brilliant shine (with zero drying time).
Not too shiny, but gets the job done. Provides just enough polish to make shoes look not so worn.4
Pretty simple fix. Can easily fit inside a brief case or gym bag. I leave mine in my desk drawer at work.5
I just used these on a brown leather set of boots of mine. The first boot took a nice quick shine and as I began the second boot I could tell that the solution was almost at its end. However, the little towelette did its job very nicely. I then set upon my leather pistol holsters with it. I am impressed. Good leather loves these little wipes. Great for on the go. I am quite adept at leather polishing as we had to produce a mirror finish on our jump boots. I love the simplicity of these little wipes for that just before a meeting touch up.4
I loved the size of the sample and quality of the product.5
NEEDED FOR TRAVELING AND WHEN YOU FORGET TO BUFF THE SHOES UP5
I have been shining my shoes and boots very effectively for years as a member of the Army. I just really have no use for this item. I find that cotton baby diapers, (never used), work very well.1
Most shine wipes are horrible for the leather on your shoes. These fortunately aren't too bad. No substitute for a real shine though.3
I have recently accepted a position in an agency that requires professional attire...this is perfect!5
made my browns look all sleek and fresh. very nice. i'm sure these will come in handy even more so once they start spreading those horrid salts used to melt snow and ice later into the winter season. a shame they only gave us a couple. at least they aren't terribly expensive.4
I haven't shined my shoes since I was in young marines, and that was 20 years ago.1