Shoes: Buying & Fashion Tips : Remove Scuff Marks From Patent Leather Shoes

Hi, I’m Nequan Peartree from Shoe Diva located
in Wilmington, North Carolina, and we’re going to talk about how to remove scuff marks from
patent leather shoes. If you’ve ever found yourself with a couple of scuff marks on patent
leather shoes, no matter what the color are, white, black, purple, pink, there is a quick
and easy way to remove those scuff marks. You just need to gather a couple of things.
Some nail polish remover as well as a cloth or a cotton ball, which either one would be
easier. You want to first dab a little bit of the nail polish remover onto the cloth,
not a whole lot, and you don’t ever want to apply it directly to the shoe because it can
eat up the material. And you just want to dab wherever the scuff mark is. Just dab it
gently until you see that the scuff mark has began to disappear. If after a couple of dabs
the scuff mark isn’t removing, you may want to add a little bit more of nail polish remover
to the cloth because sometimes it takes a little bit more. And you still want to dab
gently. You don’t want to rub because you can take off the surface layer of the shoe.
And as you begin to dab, just let it dry. Don’t bother it because you don’t want to
remove, as I said before, any of the shiny material. So you just, if you let it sit and
then the scuff mark should be removed. And those are tips on how to remove scuff marks
from patent leather shoes.


  • it works tried it on air jordans

  • does this work 4 swade jordans?? like da 6's

  • Thanks so much! I'll try that 🙂

  • What About British army Combat Assult Boots :L

  • work on Air force 1?

  • wow she removed scuff marks on a shoe that had no scuff marks at all .

  • Does this work on Beige shoes , I would like to know before purchasing beige louboutins??

  • How do you remove scuffs that have had the white color on the shoe missing or scratched

  • This worked perfectly on my patent teal shoes, patting didn't work though I had to rub didn't harm martial.

  • You might want to say something about protective shoe finishes. You can refinish shoes to fill in scuffed areas and make them good as new. They also PREVENT shoes from getting scuffed further. A good example is SKUFF for shoes – check it out.

  • worrd niga

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