When polishing hand antiqued leather shoes, it's important you don't add any more colour into the leather. Select a polish that is the same colour as the lightest part of the shoe, or safer still, opt for a clear polish. If you are unsure, carry out a patch test on a small section of the shoe.
Be extremely careful when cleaning the leather. Don't use any chemicals that could remove the colour. Remove any dirt/dust with a damp cloth.
We recommend polishing the shoes in the same way you would treat calf leather shoes just be delicate when you are brushing off the the polish.
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