Shoe Polish

Pigmented natural wax-based shoe polish which cleans, nourishes, shines and helps to maintain the flexibility of smooth leathers. For leather and synthetic leather. Available in jars of 50 ml y 100 ml.

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06 - Dark Brown06 - Dark Brown17 - Navy17 - Navy18 - Black18 - Black29 - Light Brown29 - Light Brown39 - Medium Brown39 - Medium Brown00 - Neutral00 - Neutral11 - Bordeaux11 - Bordeaux


Tarrago Shoe Polish is a pigmented wax-based polish based on three types of natural waxes (30% of total waxes).

  • Beeswax: which nourishes and softens the leather.
  • Carnauba wax: which provides a lasting shine and ensures waterproof protection.
  • Mineral waxes: to help the waterproofing and protection of leather.

These waxes are dissolved in a natural solvent, the turpentine, which helps to clean, lubricate and nourish the leather. Its high concentration of pigments provides great coverage, protection and nourishment to the leather.

  • Wax and solvent based formula.
  • Colors range 50 ml: neutral, dark brown, medium brown, light brown, navy blue, burgundy and black.
  • Colors range 100 ml: neutral, dark brown and black.




Gives color
Gives Shine


Bees Wax
Carnauba Wax

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How to use

  1. Remove any dust from the surface with a brush.
  2. Spread a medium-thick layer of polish paste over the area of the shoe to be spit shined.
  3. Let dry for 10 minutes.
  4. Get the shine you want with a dry cloth or polishing brush.


We recommend that you follow the “Spit Shine” system to obtain the maximum shine:

Wrap a soft, clean cloth around your index finger so that it is smooth and without wrinkles. Alternately, you can use a cotton ball.

Dip your finger or the cotton ball into a water container. The cloth/cotton should be wet, but not dripping.

Buff the dried polish by using a circular motion with the cloth/cotton, until the wax starts to become shiny.

Still with the damp cloth on your finger, apply a fine layer of polish and keep rubbing lightly in a circular motion until a hazy shine develops.

Keep on applying THIN layers of polish with the damp cloth/cotton, buffing them in the same way.

When the shoe is highly glossed, use a clean dry soft cloth or a shining brush to give it a final buff.


The Tarrago Shoe Polish contains silicone?
The Tarrago Shoe Polish does not contain Silicone.
How often should you polish your shoes?
As a general guideline, if you wear your shoes frequently (3 or more times per week), you should get a basic shine at least every 1-2 weeks, a glass shines at least every 2-3 weeks, or a bulletproof shine at least every 3-4 weeks.
The colors of the shoe polish are the same as the Tarrago Self Shine Color Dye?
Yes, you can match the color after dye any leather accessories.
The Tarrago Shoe Polish could be crack inside?

The shoe polish is a solid paste, so it may suffer some cracking over time or the blows caused by its use. However, its formulation maintains a perfect balance of stability between 45 ° C and -18C ° C

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