The Lincoln Shoe Polish Company has been creating shoe and leather care products since 1925, including premium shoe polish, shoe creams, neatsfoot oils, silicone water-repellent treatments, edge dressings, white polishes and shoe cleaners. Thanks to Lincoln Shoe Polish Company shoe polish, cleaners and other products, keeping your leather footwear looking new is easier than ever. Whether your leather footwear needs total reconditioning or just a touch-up, Lincoln Shoe Polish Company has the products you need to get the job done right.
Reviewed by Glet from United States on Thursday, March 19, 2015
This item arrived completely dried out. There's no way I can use this to polish shoes.I will be returning it--just haven't been able to get to the post office yet. This is the first time I've been disappointed in a Sierra Trading Post order (my other item was of poor quality, too).
Reviewed by Janet from Iowa City, Iowa on Tuesday, January 21, 2014
This polish works on every type of leather, plastic, patent leather, etc. It is the best product on the market today for cleaning shoes and purses, along with other items. I found it at a local store whose owner recommended it to me. Since then, I have become convinced that it is the very best product one can buy to safely clean a variety of items.
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 Marduk from The Frozen North on Thursday, December 26, 2013
Haven't used it yet so I don't know how it will apply or last.
I know this though: it came in a glass bottle.
Said bottle was in it's own cardboard box. Sierra wrapped that box in about a yard of bubble wrap. Which was well: the contents of the bottle leaked into that box.
Nothing in the rest of the order was touched. Indeed, I'm not sure the leak occurred during shipment. It *might* have happened before, been sitting around like that prior to shipping.