- Due to overwhelming demand, our Saphir Creme Polish in BLACK, COGNAC & MEDIUM BROWN have been sold out and open for backorders. New stock is estimated to arrive around mid to end November 2019. Updates will be sent via e-mail/mobile to customers whom are on our backorder reservation list.
- Priority for our new stocks will be given to customers whom are on our backorder reservation list.
- Hence, do join in the list and place your order today if you want to get yours first hand when our new stock arrives. Thank you for everyone's kind wait and support with us, as always. Our team at The Quarters truly appreciate it. Cheers!
- The remaining colours for our Saphir Médaille D'Or Pommadier Creme 1925 Shoe Polish are in stock and are @ $24.
The Saphir Médaille d'Or Pommadier Cream Shoe Polish is an all-natural cream polish based on beeswax, turpentine, and carnauba wax with six other nutrient waxes and twice the amount of pigment of ordinary polishes. The cream polish has a higher concentration of pigments than the Wax Polish and is exceptional for restoring finishes and achieving soft polishes.
- Contains no harmful resins or silicones
- Cleans, nourishes, and refinishes fine leather
- Contains 7 different waxes and shea butter
- All-natural, pine-based turpentine
- Twice the pigment as ordinary polishes
- Available in all colours
- Made in France
- If your shoes are dirty (containing black traces) or full of wax deposits from prior shines or lower-quality waxes, it is important to first clean the leather using Saphir Leather Cleaning Soap or Saphir Reno'Mat.
- Next, we recommend first using the Saphir Renovateur to deeply nourish the leather in order to keep soft and supple.
- Next, apply the Saphir Pommadier Cream Polish using either a dauber or chamois. Allow to dry and then buff off using a horsehair brush.
- Apply up to three coats of polish to achieve desired results and shine. Due to the higher concentration of pigment contained in the cream polish compared to wax pastes, it is excellent at restoring the original color of shoes as they wear and, especially, scuffs.
- It covers really well and achieves a nice, soft polish (as opposed to the high-gloss polish possible with the Wax), and persists long after application.
- To renew the shine, simply rebuff with a horsehair brush or cotton cloth.