Dab your welt brush
into the neutral dubbin
and apply the product generously to the welt edging to allow it to fully penetrate and nourish the wax stitching. This nourishing step is very important since dried out stitching comes apart and could compromise the stability of the shoe sole.
Pay particular attention to the stitching around the tip of the shoe as this is the part that is most exposed to impact.
A l’aide d’une chamoisine, essuyez tout le surplus de graisse qui n’aurait pas été absorbé par le fil poissé ou qui aurait débordé sur le cuir verni.
Note: The image displayed is only an example, as the shoe has no wax stitching.
Note: Remember to apply a shoe polish from time to time to your shoe soles.