Kiwi Honor Guard Military Spit-Shine Polish (10105)

2.4 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews

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  • Hi Gloss Black
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Product Description

*NEW* 10105 Kiwi Honor Guard Military Spit Shine Polish. 2.5 fl. Oz, black, high gloss. Instant Spit Shine. GSA Compliant.

  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Thailand
  • ASIN: B0027E9FNA
  • Item model number: D-0032
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 23, 2009
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #655,553 in Clothing (See Top 100 in Clothing)
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      2.4 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews
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    By Chris on March 27, 2011
    I'm in the Airborne, one of the few parts the Army where boot shining is still a part of life since the switch to "Rough-side-out" tan leather.

    This will get you by if you need to slap a good shine on your jump boots and you are very short on time. However I've gotten much better shines out of simple Kiwi Shoe polish or Parade Gloss using the time-tested (albeit time-consuming) spit-shine method.

    Also, I already had a few layers of Parade Gloss on it prior to applying the gloss, which may have affected the results. It will probably get you out of hot water if for some reason you have a "surprise inspection" dropped on you and you haven't touched your boots in weeks (happened), or you're lazy (like me), but if you have the time, get some Parade Gloss and do it right.
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    I had high hopes for this. . . . it gives a great great shine. . . . . . . but . . . . . . maybe it's my smooth surfaced shoes . . . . the stuff peels off after a while when the shoe flexes while walking. Maybe I put on too many layers. . . . . I'll try it again. . . . . but first, I have to figure a way to get the excess off.
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    My first reaction after the very first application was - hmm...not much of a "shine" here.

    But then, I tested it a few other ways - and, it comes out really nice.

    #1. Use a really good shoe cream, like a Meltonian and buff / finish
    #2. Apply one coat of the Honor Guard, and let dry
    #3. Apply second coat of the Honor Guard, and let dry
    #4. Apply a third and final coat of the Honor Guard --- the shoes, they look like they rolled off the factory line!
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    By Skip on April 22, 2016
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    After Wearing My Leather Boots For The First Time After I Applied This Polish, They Cracked, Blistered, And Peeled. Now I Don't Know How To Fix Them.This Is The First Time I Have Ever Had A Problem With Any Kiwi Product. My $150 Boots Are Ruined. What Is The Best Way To Remove This This Polish If Any ? I Will Not Buy This Product Again.!!!!!!!
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    I purchased Kiwi Honor Guard, Scuff Cover, Premium polish, and their complete black/brown polishing kit (because it appeared to be more cost-effective. I was not impressed with any of them.
    The Scuff Cover is simply black dye, which you can buy more cheaply at the leather shops. The Honor guard does not leave much of a shine, and covers only fair.
    Their wax products appear to be simply a mix of wax and dye. They do not flow easily, nor go well into creases and depressions. The small amount (1 1/2 oz.) in this expensive can, does not go very far. It's shine is good, but I have seen better ones produced more easily on other products.
    Some of the cheap Chinese shoe products are more liquid, better darkening, and buff shinier at a fraction of the cost ( I hate to admit).
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