In this video, Pure Polish Owner Andy answers a first time customer's question regarding which products to use first. There's a quick demonstration on how to use LeatherCleaner & Conditioner, for basic cleaning and conditioning, as shown on a pair of Allen Edmonds black wingtip derby brogues which were caught in a summer rain storm.
Read our DIY How-To Blog on the question: "Do you ever use Pure Polish on wood furniture?" We used our All-Natural Leather Cleaner & Conditioner to clean the wood surface, Burgundy Cream to re-color the wood grain, and High Shine Wax to protect and finish the project. We feel it came out pretty good. Plus, it has the sweet smell of oranges, and was super fun to polish.
This morning, before I stepped outside on this brisk and blustery Winter day here in Bend, I conditioned my Allen Edmonds Weybridge Walnut Calfskin Oxfords. Bend has a very dry desert climate, so it dries out leather super-quickly. This is why it's super important to keep it conditioned, so that it doesn't crack.
Thetrickfor getting the most from yourCleaner Conditioneris to apply it with your fingertips. Then you aren't leveraging the cleaning oils as much as the conditioning oils.