Kiwi Parade Gloss Prestige Shoe Polish Reviews
Product Type: Kiwi Household Cleaning
Description:Brand: Kiwi / Product Type: Polish
Newest Review: ... which include cleaning it, protecting it, nourishing it and giving shine. Kiwi state that this polish can be used on both ... more
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Black oil based Kiwi premium shoe polish Weight: 60g
Last Update 18.06.2013 03:58
by - written on 30/04/12, updated on 02/05/12 (Very useful, 175 readings)
From a young age I have been brought up to appreciate buying quality shoes over cheap ones that only last a couple of weeks. The logic being of course that whilst quality shoes are more of an investment, they will last longer and provide comfort to my feet. By and large this has meant that I mainly buy leather shoes (although do occasionally buy the odd pair of canvas ones) and therefore like to keep them clean to look as good as new and also to look smart in the office job that I work in. As a result of the above, a staple product that dwells in our shoe cupboard is a tin of Kiwi Parade Gloss Shoe Polish in black. Whilst it does not get out much, it is a very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/11/10 (Very useful, 125 readings)
I have to admit a lot of the time in the summer I wear 'silly' shoes. Little ballerina pumps. However, in the winter and for smart, special occasions I have to wear my special shoes. Special shoes are black leather and even though I find leather such a worthwhile investment (nothing manufactured is quite the same) it still needs a spruce up every now and then, and that's what this polish comes in handy for. Kiwi polish is very well known and it is easy to find. You can buy it from supermarkets and shoe shops. Basically if a shop sells shoe polish it will sell this brand. The polish comes in a small tin and costs around a couple of pounds. The tin's lid is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/10/10 (Very useful, 57 readings)
Shoe polish is an essential item in most houses to avoid scruffy looking shoes. I always have a couple of tins under the sink, one of which is the Kiwi Parade Gloss Prestige Shoe Polish. I have four pairs of black shoes that I rotate in use and I hate it when a pair of shoes starts to look dulled or scuffed up, especially if you have somewhere important like an interview to go to. You only need a small application on your brush with this to get your shoes looking nice and clean and something approaching new again. The tin this comes in is easy to open and close and this is very good value as it lasts for a long time. I am quite obsessive about giving my shoes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
One product that has been a complete life save for me (well, until I replaced my sons school shoes) is "kiwi parade shoes polish", a product that I didn't even realise we had under the sink until my husband decided he could possibly go out for a night on the tiles with his shoes slightly scuffed! The tin itself is a small metal tray with a lift off/click on design, with there being a neat little bar on the side that you twist to start off the lifting mechanism. To use you use an old cloth that you won't need again (we have a designated duster we use!), you then rub a small amount onto said cloth, this is easy enough to achieve with the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/10 (Very useful, 89 readings)
When I was a child, my dad was in the army. I remember when he was home on leave, I'd sit on the bed watching him polishing up his boots, buffing them to a high shine . As I got a little older, and started school, I would try and polish my own shoes, usually getting more polish all over myself than on the shoes, and generally making a mess . Thats changed now, I'm a lot less messy. Now, I polish up my daughter shoes for school . The one thing that hasn't changed much in all these years is the brand - my dad used Kiwi, and I use it today . The tin, which looks pretty much as above, costs about £1.50 - £2.00 depending on where you purchase it, and is ... Read the complete review
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