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Monsieur Chaussure White Shoe Dauber
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The shoe dauber by Monsieur Chaussure is made with pure white pig hair bristles for applying shoe creams and polishes during leather shoe care.
The white shoe dauber by Monsieur Chaussure is a must-have tool for the upkeep of smooth and delicate leather as it helps you apply your nourishing leather shoe products with precision. The brush is made of high-quality materials specially chosen for those who love having fine leather care accessories. Monsieur Chaussure has opted for a varnished beechwood handle due to its strength, smooth finish and anti-splinter surface. An attractive matte black inscription also adds a touch of elegance to this brush. The silk used for the bristles is both strong enough for applying shoe polishes, and flexible enough to eliminate any risk of scratching the leather. The shape of the brush guarantees easy handling and its elongated, spatula-shaped head gives you a more precise brush stroke. The white silk bristles make it easy for you to judge how clean or dirty your brush is.
On a clean surface, use the shoe dauber to apply the shoe cream or polish. Load the brush with a bit of the product and apply it using small circular strokes to help it deeply penetrate the leather. When done, we recommend allowing the product to dry for about ten minutes. You can then brush your shoes with a shoe shine brush to finish off the leather care process with a brilliant shine. The shoe dauber can also be used for applying dubbin to the wax stitching on shoes to nourish this area and thus prolong the useful life of your shoes.
The Monsieur Chaussure shoe dauber is easy to maintain and can be cleaned with warm water and a drop of dishwashing liquid to remove any residual shoe polish or dubbin from its bristles. Clean your brush whenever you change your shoe cream or polish colour.
Packaging material: Beechwood and white horsehair
Country of origin: France