How to Soften Shoe Polish



If you haven’t polished your shoes in a while, the polish you purchased months ago may be rock hard when you pull it off the shelf. But you don’t need to buy a brand new can of polish give your shoes a new shine. By using the heat sources in your bathroom and kitchen, you can restore the consistency of the polish. You’ll need to add oil to the polish, to restore the natural softening qualities of the polish that are lost when it hardens. This will keep the leather shoes shiny and healthy.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Olive oil
Hair dryer
Olive oil
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Cotton rag or towel

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