Reviewed by Mark from Virginia on Sunday, December 29, 2013
Don't take my word for it - ask a professional, like a shoe shine person or someone who repairs shoes. It takes only a little polish. For a "spit shine" clean your shoe with a brush, put a little polish on with a small brush (a tooth brush will do) shine to a dull finish with a brush and buff with a cloth. Repeat, but this time, after applying polish, dip your hand in warm water a flick a little warm water (not spit!) on the shoes. Brush and shine. I think this is the best brand available.
Reviewed by plopez36 from Scottsdale on Wednesday, December 11, 2013
BEWARE!!!! This is the ABSOLUTE WORST PRODUCT EVER!! I'm not a novice when it comes to polishing shoes. In fact, I'm VERY, VERY METICULOUS.....that being said, this product RUINED MY NEW $250 BOOTS that I was waiting to protect and condition prior to wearing AND MY DAUGHTER'S NEW PEDIPED MARY JANES!!!!! ANGRY DOESN'T DESCRIBE WHAT I FEEL ABOUT THIS HORRIBLE PRODUCT THAT STP SOLD!!!!!