Patent Leather

SKU: B0107BR447 SoHo Accessories

Patent Leather is experiencing a bit of a comeback. I for one am excited about it. Maybe it's the little girl in me, remembering all those holidays when I got a new pair of shiny shoes.
PATENT LEATHER MAINTENANCE TIPS
There are only two simple steps to care for patent leather: cleaning and shining. Cleaning is easily done with a mild soap and a wet cloth. At the very least dust should be removed with a dry, but very soft cloth (chamois or shoe shine cloth). Cleaning the leather as above will go a long way in keeping your patent leather shiny.!
VERNICE (pronounced VERNI-TCHEI) can be applied with a soft cloth. Spray and spread the VERNICE evenly and leave to dry. It dries in only a few seconds and there's no need for buffing. VERNICE is liquid silicon that protects and shines. Another benefit, especially for dance shoes, it lubricates leather and helps prevent scuffs marks and scratches. It will not stay greasy so it can also be used on purses, belts etc..
VERNICE is liquid silicon that protects and shines. Another benefit, especially for dance shoes, it lubricates leather and helps prevent scuffs marks and scratches. It will not stay greasy so it can also be used on purses, belts etc..
Do not use grease or Vaseline!! Sure it shines for a few minutes but then, literally a minute later, dust starts sticking to it, it starts looking kind of muddy. There goes the shine, the class and the sex appeal !

4 comments:

myfairlady said...

Thanks for the helpful tips. I recently purchased a patent leather purse and would like to keep it looking new. I hate when it starts to crack. By the way, I know what you mean about shiny shoes when you were a kid. How special those shoes were. You didn't have to wear your oxfords.

mommamia said...

I love all these little handy dandy tips. With patent leather showing up this fall I can appreciate this. I hate when the leather starts to crack. Just toss those puppies...maybe by taking care of patent leather the correct way it will stay longer.

Chic Chick said...

Great tips! Thank you! I used to use Vaseline to clean my patent leather...NO MORE!

I'm into the patent leather look. It makes any outfit look rich. :)

Donna said...

Patent leather Mary Janes! Yep, made every little girl feel like a princess!