Premium shoe care experts use the buffing glove after buffing with a soft brush instead of the brush. We don’t recommend replacing the brush with the buffing glove simply because buffing gloves are much more delicate than a brush. The buffing glove is typically made from wool.

Crafted from various types of wood, such as cedar or limewood, shoe trees are essential for reducing creases and maintaining the shape and quality of your shoes. Most importantly, a shoe tree will help to draw out moisture (such as sweat)from the shoe after use. If you have an extensive […]

Wax is what provides the shine and protects the leather of the shoe from liquid and fluids. After applying a wax, buffing is needed to bring the shine out of the shoe. Wax is what makes the shoe shine and adds a degree of water resistance to the leather.

Cream is used to condition the leather before waxing (if needed). Shoe cream alone is enough to nourish the leather, but does not give it the shine that waxing will bring to the shoe. Cream is to be used regularly even if the shoe is not worn often, to hydrate […]

About the size of a toothbrush, the welt brush is used to clean and add cream and waxes to the areas of the shoe that can hardly be reached during conditioning and waxing  such as the outsole and the welt.

The suede brush is much softer than the regular brush to keep the natural nap on the surface of your suede. It is advisable to keep a dedicated brush for your suede shoe.

A selvyt cloth is a lint-free pure cotton cloth with a brushed surface to lift particles from a polished shoe. The primary use of a selvyt cloth is to smoothen the polished surface of the shoe to remove traces of the brush during buffing. It also can  be used to […]

After repetitive brushing with your suede brush, some areas of your suede shoe will appear to be scuffed, using a crepe brush  will revive those areas. A must have if you have a pair of suede in your wardrobe.