Use the horsehair brush to remove any dirt, dust and debris that may have collected on the leather.
Dip the chamois cloth in water and wring until damp. Lightly wipe down the leather and let dry (if the cloth darkens the leather, it’s too wet).
Apply a thin coat of neutral-colored polish as a conditioning layer, then choose the appropriate color of polish for your shoes: black, brown or more of the neutral.
Allow to dry before applying the next coat (two to three is recommended). Using the horsehair daubers or a dry part of the chamois cloth, work into the leather with small circular motions. Take care not to oversaturate the dauber or clothn
Allow to dry before applying the next coat (two to three is recommended).
Remove excess polish with the large horsehair brush, using short, quick motions until a light sheen appears on the leather. If you like a higher shine, use the chamois cloth to buff the toe area.
( How to shoe care - source: stores.jcrew.com )
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