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The Kiwi Leather Shine Brush is a top quality brush made of soft and natural 100% horsehair bristles. It is set in a sturdy wooden handle that fits perfectly in your hand to help buff quickly and easily.
This brush has soft bristles, so you can expect to get a nice, smooth polish and shine for your shoes. You don't have to worry about the bristles gouging delicate leather either.Published 12 days ago by Catman
I dont know why people think this is a bad product. This honestly is a REALLY good brush. I was reading a lot of the negative reviews and it showed that the brush was very small. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Fareed Shaikh
I use this medium/soft bristle brush as a suede brush. The typical suede brush is so stiff that it can damage the suede, but this one is gentle and does a great job.Published 20 days ago by G.M.I.
I just got this brush, but it works great. I use it to keep my work shoes clean, especially when it rains. Great product.Published 23 days ago by David Hazeleaf
May sound odd but my boyfriend ordered this to use on his waves (hair). he said that this is the best brush he has ever had for making the waves better and more distinct. Read morePublished 1 month ago by jennifer melton
The brush works well and I use it frequently to buff and shine my shoes. A couple bristles fall out whenever I use them so I don't think it's the best quality, but it works well... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Eric D. Chang
They work very well for applying shoe polish. Just get one for every color polish you use. If you don't, who knows what color your shoes will turn out!Published 1 month ago by Randy B
A completely serviceable shoe brush. Some bristles already are coming out in my first few uses though. Not a huge complaint.Published 1 month ago by akira2185
I was super excited to get this brush, as I have several pairs of fabulous leather boots that needed waterproofing, and a shine with a soft bristle brush was the last step. Read morePublished 2 months ago by sknthtsmkwgn