How To: Remove patent leather shoe stains

Remove patent leather shoe stains

In this video, you'll learn a quick and simple tip for removing shoe stains from your patent leather shoes. All you have to do is use a cotton ball and dip it in a non-acetone nail polish remover. Then use it to gently remove any scuff marks. Voila!

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This video advice is rubbish. I followed it. It wrecked six pairs of expensive white patent leather go-go boots in one cleaning session. I went back to the manufacturer who say that any nail polish remover, including non-acetone, contains alcohol which instantly wears away the patent leather. They advise using a product called Patent Glow or any patent cleaner. Some other websites advise a product called Waproo, others Pledge furniture cloths and a microfibre cloth. Do not follow the advice in the clip above. If you do, your boots will look like this. Thanks a lot, WonderHowTo!

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