Collonil Shoe Cream, 50ml
Collonil Shoe Cream with softening waxes.
Revives colour and cares for smooth leather. Shoe creams are much better suited for use on handbags than shoe polishes. Polishes don't penetrate the leather, and give a high shine finish when buffed. Creams are absorbed by the leather - helping to keep it soft and giving a 'satin' finish. Unlike polish, shoe cream does not cause a build-up over time. Made with shoes in mind, but perfect for handbags too! Seal afterwards with Carbon Protector.
Not suitable for Soft Buffalo Leather.
We recommend the following colours for Mulberry leathers:
Scotch - Classic/Heritage Oak NVT (where darkened and/or with patina) and new (Johnny Coca) Oak leather
Bordeaux-Mahogany - Oxblood
Dark Berry - Rouge Noir
Dark Brown - Chocolate
Flame - Flame
Flame - Hibiscus
Grape - Violet
Indigo - Neon Blue
Light Brown - New Oak (Johnny Coca)
Mandel - Classic/Heritage Oak NVT (pre Johnny Coca) where closer to original shade
Coca - Oak Small Grain Leather
Medium Grey - Pavement Grey, Mole Grey
Moos - Olive
Orange - Mandarin
Taupe - Taupe
White can be mixed with any colour to achieve a better match if required. Please message us for any other advice on getting the correct colour match.
- Remove dust and dirt from bag.
- Clean leather using a suitable cleaning product.
- Treat dry or scuffed areas with Collonil 1909 Leather Lotion.
- Apply Shoe Cream sparingly and evenly to the surface of the leather with a Collonil Fine Polishing Cloth.
- Buff immediately with the cloth.
- Buff again with a Collonil Horse Hair Brush (this is essential for grainy/printed leathers).
- Any mistakes or build-up can be corrected by applying Collonil Clean & Care as soon as possible, and buffing in gentle circular motions with a Collonil Horse Hair Brush.
- Protect bag and seal the Shoe Cream before use with one of our hand-picked Collonil waterproofing products. Use the Carbon Protector for best results.
- We advise testing on a concealed area first.