How to Clean Patent Shoes?

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The method of cleaning Patent Shoes is dependant on the shoe material. If it is made of leather, linseed oil-based lacquer can be used to keep a shiny impermeable finish. However, patent shoes made of PVC (polyurethane) are much more used these days and are widely becoming popular. It can be cleaned by wiping it with a cloth dampen with the cleaning agent specially designed for the patent shoes and leave it until it is completely dry. Lastly, buff the patent shoes using a dry, soft cloth.
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Commercial patent leather cleaners are available at your local shoe store and tailor shop but mineral oil is a less expensive option and is often available at home. Start by testing the mineral oil on your shoe to make sure the mineral oil doesn’t alter the color of the shoe then take a clean, soft cloth and apply a small amount of mineral oil to its surface. Gently rub the scuff mark with light pressure until it completely disappears.
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