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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