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Saphir Havana Brown Renovating Cream
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The Saphir Havana Brown Renovating Cream gives an intense, renewed Havana Brown colour to leather shoes.
The Saphir Havana Brown Renovating Cream intensely recolours leather that has been scuffed badly enough to have lost its colour. This very silky cream is intended for occasional colour touch-ups in very specific areas and for protecting exposed areas of the leather on your shoes, jackets or other leather articles. Its recolouring properties are so strong that only a small amount of the product is needed with each use to restore a protective layer over the leather that will keep out moisture and dirt. This renovating cream comes in the same 45 hues as the Saphir superfine shoe creams to ensure a perfect colour match for your shoes.
Always reserve your Saphir Havana Brown Renovating Cream for treating localised areas of leather that has been previously dusted and cleaned. This cream should not be applied to the entire surface of the leather. Use a polishing cloth to apply the cream to large areas, or a stencil dauber or shoe dauber for greater precision. Rub the leather using small circular strokes to help the product penetrate the leather, then allow it to dry for 10 minutes. If the colour is not intense enough, apply one or more layers of the product, being careful to respect the drying time between each application. You should complete the leather care process with a shoe cream to nourish and recolour the leather, and a shoe polish to give it a shine.
Always store your Saphir Havana Brown Renovating Cream in a dry place away from sunlight.
Color: Havana Brown
Contents: Diethyle glycol, distillates hydrotreated light
Packaging materiel: Aluminium
Shelf life: 2 years
Country of origin: France
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