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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Gives Shine

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Gives Color

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Bees Wax

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Carnauba Wax

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

It contains 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.

– For smooth and synthetic leather.

– 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.

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.

Tips for 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.




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