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ex-one-leathercare
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Based in United Kingdom, ex-one-leathercare has been an eBay member since 02 Jan, 2008

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    19 Apr, 2014
  • Very pleased with this have used it and it is great
    19 Apr, 2014
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    19 Apr, 2014
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    19 Apr, 2014
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    19 Apr, 2014
| | | Member since: 02 Jan, 2008 | United Kingdom

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Shoe Trees
What are Shoe Trees?Shoe trees are inserted into shoes to help maintain the original shoe shape, help prevent creases and cracking, and absorb moisture from the lining of the shoes. Available for mens and womens shoes, a shoe tree usually adjusts to cover a wide range of shoe sizes. Types of Shoe Trees AvailableShoe trees are available in plastic or wood. The main benefits to plastic shoe trees is that they are less expensive, and they are lightweight, making them good for travel. However, ev...
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Shoe Care - Polishing and Caring for Shoes
What You Need for Polishing ShoesOnly a few items are necessary to keep your footwear in tip-top shape:Natural bristle brushOld toothbrushShoe cream or polishSoft cloth or ragNewspaper or an old sheetPolishing Leather ShoesSelect a shoe cream or polish that matches your shoe colour. Polishes that contain dyes, pigments, wax and conditioning agents keep footwear looking fresh, add shine and cover scuffs. They are available as creams, liquids and pastes. Although liquid polishes, with their foa...
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Shoecare - How to Care For Your Shoes
Use quality wooden treesOne pair of trees will suffice, but make sure they're the best. That means no shiny finish, and no cheap synthetic options. Good quality trees, based on the designer's last, literally absorb the perspiration from the leather and increase the life of your shoes. A day's use will suffice.Use Shoe Cream or Leather BalmMany polishes create a surface shine, but shoe creams and leather balms permeate deep into the leather and keep it supple. Ideally, leave the cream or balm ...
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