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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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Roseau, Dominica (TDN) -- It is a stormy morning in July 1974 and I rest quietly in my bunk at Camp Londonderry on Dominica’s wind-swept Atlantic east coast. It is hurricane season in our Caribbean and the dark grey clouds which I glimpse through the aluminum louvers are common fare for this time of year.

I am leaving the second form to enter the third form at the venerable Dominica Grammar School (DGS), and I am about to begin my third year as a cadet. In 1972 I had joined the cadets in my first week at school.

It was expected of me. Our Dad had served in the British Army in World War II; my oldest brother Wellsworth had been a St. Mary’s Academy (SMA) cadet in the 1960s alongside Eddy Charles, and Franklyn Cuffy; my other brother Lawson was a silver medalist in the Duke of Edinburgh Scheme and my brother Samuel had served with the Cadet Corp alongside people like Jeff Joseph, Felix Gregoire, Coleridge Linton David Andrew, Pierre Charles and Alan Paul.

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The return of the shoeshine

  1. The stuff brings out the best mirror shine. Also worth checking out is GlenKaren, with an all-natural range of products that actually smells good enough to eat. If you can't source these, Kiwi's “Parade Gloss” will do for your black shoes, but with
  2. That's because these days everyone wears trainers or flip-flops or Uggs, none of which takes well to being smothered in Kiwi Parade Gloss and attacked with a duster. But one reason nobody gives is the demise of the shoeshine kiosk, which is why a plan
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