Alberto V05 Conditioning
Hairdressing. Rub in a little Alberto V05 Conditioning
Hairdressing, then buff Aside from shining shoes, the hairdressing
protects leather shoes and boots from winter salt and ice.
ChapStick. To shine
shoes in a pinch, rub ChapStick over the leather and buff with a
dry, clean cloth.
Heinz White Vinegar.
To clean white stains left by rock salt (used for melting ice on
roads in winter] from leather shoes, rub Heinz White Vinegar on the
stain and wipe with a with clean, wet cloth.
Huggies Baby Wipes.
To shine shoes in a pinch, wipe the shoes with a Huggies Baby Wipe.
Johnson Baby Oil.
To shine shoes, put a few drops of John son’s Baby Oil on a paper
towel, rub it into the shoes, and buff with a clean cloth.
L’eggs Sheer Energy Panty
Hose. Ball up a clean, used pair of L’eggs Sheer Energy Panty
Hose and use it to shine shoes. The nylon is a mild abrasive.
Lubriderm. To shine
shoes, rub a dab of Lubriderm on each shoe and buff with a soft
Mr. Coffee Filter.
If you don’t have a soft cloth to buff shoes, use a balled-up,
lint-free Mr. Coffee Filter.
Pledge. For a
long-lasting and beautiful shine, spray your shoes with Pledge
furniture polish and buff dry with a soft cloth. The waxes in Pledge
also help the shoes repel water.
Star Olive Oil.
Polishing shoes with a few drops of Star Olive Oil revitalizes the
Stayfree Maxi Pads.
After applying polish to shoes, buff the leather with Stayfree Maxi
Tampax Tampons. To
shine shoes, use the cotton tip of a Tampax Tampon to buff.
Turtle Wax. In a
pinch, dab Turtle Wax on leather shoes and buff with a clean, soft
cloth to achieve a glimmering shine.
Vaseline Petroleum Jelly.
Apply a few dabs of Vaseline Petroleum Jelly on your shoes or boots
and buff with a cloth.
Windex. To shine
shoes in a pinch, spray Windex on the leather and buff with a soft,