Shoe Care – Caring for Patent Leather


bjbj Speaker 1: Care for Allen Edmonds patent
leather shoes begins by removing dirt or residue from the upper end using a cotton flannel
cloth. Since the tannery applies layer after layer of lacquer, there’s already a strong
protective layer present on the shoes. If persistent residue remains, apply Allen Edmonds
leather lotion to the cotton flannel cloth, then wipe the lotion to both remove the dirt
and condition the upper. This will help to restore the luster and provide a protectant
finish and once again buff. Finally, we will apply our sole edge dressing. This will restore
the color to the sole edge, and provide a protectant layer against the elements. And
at this point, your patent leather shoes are ready for a night on the town. PAGE Transcribed
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4 Comments

  • You mentioned lacquer. What exactly do you use to create your patent leather? It surprised me that you would use leather lotion.

  • @jovantheun1337 We do not create the leather, we source our leather from the finest tanneries from around the world. The lacquering process is performed at the tannery. Most stages of the preparation of patent leather are the same as for other fine quality leathers. However, it is in the final finishing stage, when it is coated with a lacquer to give it its characteristic glossiness.

  • hi…what can i do against the yellowing on white patent leather?

  • use Pledge  furniture polish , it works better than any thing

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