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can anyone tell me why punch stopped selling this spray about 2 years ago i beliave, i use to sell loads to golffers etc, and it still to me seemed the only product ,that would spray white back to white, again, not like most white polishes not to clever, please mr punch, if youre reading this bring it back, anyone else agree or has info on this great spray plz??????

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or at least stump summat up that i can give away to the winners of my prize quizzes, save me some money :lol: man here has five kids to feed!!!!!!!

may i suggest that when you introduce a new line you give me some to give away? if nowt else you may gain an extra customer who's impressed by your new product through one of the forum winners.

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With all due respect Caroline, Creams and Polishes no matter how good will not do the same job as a cover-all spray.

 

Cover-up polish will soak into the leather where the area is scuffed but glides over any glossy areas leaving a patchy mess.

 

As for polish to do a job, I found that the various products of Saphir could not be beaten, especially on leather jackets and furniture for which they have unique products.

 

Advise us by all means of any product that you feel will do a particular job for which there is a postee with a problem, but please be aware of blatant advertising as this can do more harm than good on a forum where all are on an equal footing. Your expertise in the retail world of ShoeCare may be of great benefit to many of the members at some point in time and we welcome your input on matters relating to this area.

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Hi

Yes you are right with your comments but anyone wishing to re colour a shoe should clean the shoe prior to renovating to stop variance.

 

It is very difficult to offer non objective comments on a site such as this as of course my expertise is on the merits of the products we supply where we complete comparison tests.

 

In future it is probably better not to comment because I cannot offer advice on products I have no knowledge of.

 

With regard to Sposorship we have already been in talks with Lee to sponsor the site which I think is a very good promoter for the trade and only wish it had been produced in conjunction with Cutting Edge and the MSA so we could put all our efforts behind it.

 

Well done LEE.

 

I do hope you find the spray product you are looking for.

 

Many thanks for your mail.

 

Caroline

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Hi Caroline,

 

Your advice on particular products to do a specific job are more than welcome, just because you work for a company promoting the product does not mean we prefer you to remain silent, far from it.

 

We all have an expertise in some field or other and this is where pooling of ideas works to to benefit of those that seek answers.

 

Please feel free to advise on any product that you feel sure will solve a problem, the majority of us do not have access to Chemists and Lab tests to evaluate our Shoe Care products so have to be guided by company representative until we have had sufficient feedback from the consumer and carried out our own trials in house. Don't hit us with the full catalogue though when the enquiry is for 1 product. :wink:

 

What are you advising to clean the uppers with before dyeing as I/we normally use a solvent based product?.

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If dying, a solvent based product is always best but due to health and safety guidelines the products consumers can buy are less and less effective to the ones we used to supply. (refering to my time at Punch)

 

We are forced to make more and more water based products and even though effective the comparison in terms of stripping the leather is weak.

 

For this reason it is a good service to offer the consumer.

 

For cleaning leather of polish, dirt and marks. I and many repairers would recommend Combi Proper for its universal use for cleaning Leather, Suede and fabrics.

 

I am sure you are probably already aware of this information but if it confirms your knowledge I am glad to be of service.

 

Regards

 

Caroline

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and only wish it had been produced in conjunction with Cutting Edge and the MSA so we could put all our efforts behind it.

 

This however in my view would have been a weakness that is in actual fact the forums greatest strength. It is TOTALLY independent meaning YOU, Me, Big, small, employed or self employed can voice your own opinions either as the voice of a company or yourself. Although I set it up even as administrator all my own posts are my own views, not written with any agenda to promote a given body or the forum, its already here and working. Even with me if members don't like it they let me know it! :wink:

 

Big or Small we speak to them all!

 

Lee

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