I wanted to add an extra measure of water resistance to a pair of new shell. The cream enhanced the shine, but you need to know what you’re doing. The cream residue would rather stay in the corners and seams. So, after your application dries, you’ll want to give your shoes a vigorous brushing to prevent buildup. Excellent product.
Smells glorious and cleans and conditions to a nice luscious polish! I highly recommend these products from Pure Polish!!!
I loved the product, immediately bought two more canisters that never arrived.
Hi Nick! So happy you loved the product. We're handling the two lost tins immediately. So sorry about that. We hope you continue to love them! ~Andy, Pure Polish Owner
I have found all your products to be extraordinary and I would recommend all of them. Also, very glad your products are manufactured in the USA.
Pure beeswax might be good for candles, but it's not good for shoes. This polish is too hard to work. It's hard to wipe onto a cloth and to spread on the shoe. The finished shine is brittle and flakes or clouds with any flexing. I gave it 3-4 tries, then switched back to Saphir Mirror Gloss.
Hi! Sorry you had a bad experience with our High Shine. To clarify, beeswax has been used in shoe polish for centuries. For consideration: keep the lid on between usages to help retain the surface solvent that spreads the stiff waxes that give it the ultra high glossy shine. If the surface still gets dry, you can access the reservoir of oil underneath the dry layer, by scratching or scraping just under the surface. Thank you for trying our earth-friendly products out, anyway! All the best ~Andy, Pure Polish Owner
Pure Products is different from some of the other products that I've worked with and took time to get used to using.
Applying it is also different because it really needs my bare hands, fingers and palms to really get it to melt into the leather that I'm working on.
Currently, I'm useing it with a couple of my shines.
I have five different types of shoe shines for different types of leathers and occasions.
Because of the 100% biodegradable ingredients it takes longer to dry, and have found that using a heat gun on a low setting does help get it to the next level to apply other products like Saphir or Booblack cream or waxes.
I like the water proofing waxes and use them more with the everyday shoes of Seattle.
Due to the wet weather and moisture in the air, the humidity in the PNW never really drops below 50% and it's noticeable in the shoes and clothing that we wear.
I'm still new to Pure Products and look to start selling it here in Seattle in early 2022.
Thank you Andy for for your persistent support of your products and of using your social media marketing to get it out there.
Soaks in fast, has a great smell. I have only good things to say about your cleaner and conditioner. Thank you.
Purchased a number of creams and polish at the suggestion of a friend in Europe. Shipped same day and arrived a few days later. The polish allowed me to get a high shine on shrunken bison. Love the products.
The product is fantastic, really gives a high level of water protection for my shoes. I find out that his easier using my finger in order to control the application. Gives a decent level of sheen and buffs to an even finish. Glad I got the product!!!!
This is my new favorite conditioning product for full grain leather. In my opinion, compared to Saphir Renovateur (a mink-oil based conditioner) I believe the PP product penetrates into the leather better. I like the science behind it too - the fact that the ingredients are designed to help prolong the life of the leather. It works well for cleaning the surface of leather too. Per Andy's instructions, use a thicker porus cloth (like his orange high quality polishing cloth) and use this to clean junk off of the surface of the leather. Apply it with your finger and drive it into the leather if you want to use it's conditioning properties to keep your leather hydrated and flexible.
I love it! I've used Saphir Mirror Gloss for years, but PP is my new favorite. The smell is much more pleasant, and I really like the fact that I'm supporting a US company, vs one overseas. I also really like the fact that the ingredients are not harmful to me. I'm pretty sure getting pine turpentine from the other guys product into your skin and bloodstream is not healthy, LOL. The product is not as temperature stable as others, so don't use it in really warm or cold conditions (like a house without air conditioning in the summer). One final plus... this tin is 2-1/2" diameter and holds 60 milliliters. The Saphir is 3-1/4" diameter (it looks huge in comparison) but only holds 75 milliliters, because the bottom of their tin is scalloped out! So price per ounce (or per mL) PP is a MUCH better value.
I didn't realize that all "water resistant" or "waterproof" products are NOT the same until speaking at length with Andy, the owner. I like how this product does not use silicones or the like that will prevent the leather from breathing. Also, those other products may harm the leather over time. The bentonite clay in the polish really works! I did a water resistance test with the Pure Polish water resistant cream on one shoe and just Saphir cream polish on the other. The water resistance increased SIGNIFICANTLY. This is important if you live in an area with a lot of rain and snow like I do. This is a very good product, especially for your light colored full grain leather shoes, which are the most suseptible to water and salt damage.
I've been doing mirror shines for years with a cotten t-shirt, thinking a polishsing cloth like this was a gimmick. I'm glad I tried this cloth! The weave and thread are finer and tighter than a t-shirt, so it creates a smoother finer shine than a cotton t-shirt can. The t-shirt is coarse in comparison. This is defenitely worth having in your shoe shine kit if you like to mirror shine your dress shoes.
Another purchase and I’m even more satisfied orange goodness that works and easy to use! I definitely won’t substitute Purepolish for any other brand, especially when it comes to caring for my customer shoes!
I love your products. I got my order quickly and the products area just as good or even better than what I've been using
I was glad to find this Neutral Cream Polish as an alternative to the Saphir cream polish I’ve used for years. The former is made in Oregon with natural ingredients and has a slight orange scent. In contrast, Saphir’s cream polish requires health disclosures that full ventilation is required. For my leather shoe care I’ve decided to use the Natural Cream Polish.