Where to buy Kiwi Parade Gloss?
Hello, may I know where can I can buy Kiwi's Parade Gloss shoe polish? It's not the normal type but the one that gives a higher gloss. Also, does anyone know where I can buy polishing cloths? Need not be kiwi, but those smooth types which are specially
you can try the cobbler shops. they should stock the cloths and perhaps a polish that gives higher gloss. but be prepared to pay more than the usual you can get at supermarkets
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The shoe shine tools you'll need
Felt shoe polishing cloths
These cloths are usually made from cotton chamois, and they're perfect for not only applying polish, but are essential for helping you bring out a mirror shine on your cherished leather shoes. Any cobbler worth your time will have a good range for you to choose from, otherwise head online to the Hanger Project to pick one up.
Horsehair shoeshine brush
This one's a no-brainer – you deserve 100 per cent natural horsehair bristles to bring a natural, glowing sheen to your shoes. They come in a range of sizes, and some have black bristles and others have neutral ones. It's good to have options to use on different coloured shoes. Get a smaller, travel-sized brush to use when you're on the go – those hotel shine kits are nasty and shouldn't come anywhere near your prized shoes.
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