How Is Shoe Polish Made?

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Shoe polish is made using a mixture of natural and synthetic materials such as naphtha, turpentine, dyes, and gum. These ingredients are melted, emulsified then packaged in tin and cooled. After cooling the polish is compressed with lids and distributed for selling.
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Wax Melting Several types of wax are used when making shoe polish. This wax is placed into a large vat and melted with an electric heater. Usually the wax with the highest melting
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Answer By a cobbler. The shoes were made out of animal hides and cured, worked into a soft mass and bent to the shape of the foot (depending on the style during that time.)
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There is no statistic for a amount made, but the most popular color and brand
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