on 11/11/2017 at 00:21
To avoid ruining your superb full-grain aniline leather which costs the skin of the buttocks (of the calf): brush after each wear, polish cream every 3-4 wears to nourish the leather, possibly wax paste to make it shine (with small option spitting to replace the drop of lukewarm water and emulsify the wax) and a good cleaning with milk (universal cream) every 3 months. Horsehair brush polishing. Sorry, but olive oil and vinegar is for lettuce. As for the soap (glycerin) it is for saddle leather. The last of the shoemaker, shoemaker or manufacturer apprentices from France and Navarre works with Saphir, Famaco and similar products, some of which have existed for nearly a century. Not with Lesieur or Maille. There are good reasons for this. Cordially.