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Kiwi Shoe Polish White - 1-1/8OZ. / 32g

by Kiwi

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Small 1.125 oz
White
  • 1-1/8 Oz.
  • Protects and nourishes leather
  • Produces a long-lasting, glossy shine
  • Long lasting color that helps rejuvenate leather
  • Rub into the leather, then wait a bit & buff with soft cloth/towel or a shoe brush
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Product Details

Size: Small 1.125 oz | Color: White
  • Item Weight: 1.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00404SHYI
  • Item model number: 101-024
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (126 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,118 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Size: Small 1.125 oz | Color: White

Kiwi Shoe Polish contains a time-honored blend of quality waxes which protect and nourish leather and produce a long-lasting, glossy shine.

Customer Reviews

This product lets you stay with the program giving good results.
Elizabeth Dankel
The color white is very hard to find and not available in most stores so getting it here was great!
Inspirational Living, Inc. (Consignment)
Parade Gloss really polishes up nice for spit shining - like a mirror!
Ace of Baseness

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By cc86 on January 9, 2011
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Large 2.5 oz Verified Purchase
I have been using this polish for a decade now, and I do not have many problems with it. It creates a mirror finish in two or three well applied coats, one coat will give you a good black polish. The problem with this product is the liklihood of flaking... a problem not really experienced with traditional black. I always put two coats of normal black on the shoes as a good initial base, to counteract the effects of the high silicone content (which i assume causes the flaking). I will continue to use this polish to have smartly polished shoes; it would be difficult to find a polish with a reputation of consistent superiority.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Gerald on April 17, 2011
Color Name: WhiteSize Name: Small 1.125 oz Verified Purchase
The KIWI White shoe polish works quite well it covers scraches and scuffs very well. I have always liked KIWI products.I was finding it hard to fine white at local stores in my area. Once again AMAZON came through both in price and delivery.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Formidable Fox on February 21, 2008
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Small 1.125 oz
This stuff is great! However I recomend that you don't follow the directions on the back of the can, because it will ruin your shine and crack when you wear it. If you want the best possible shine, then do a spit shine for the "mirror like" high gloss. It does take a long time do appy it to a pair of shoes(1 hour each shoe). But if you want the ultimate long lasting shine you have to work for it with a spit shine. Do a spit shine while your watching tv or something else where you don't need your hands. If you don't know how to spit shine look go to [...] and I recomend using kiwi shine cloths instead of a cotton shirt because the shine cloths are made of a different material that won't scratch your shine.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Renie Weakland on August 16, 2009
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Small 1.125 oz Verified Purchase
Very high shine, Little work. After years in the U S Army, I have never seen a better product. Spit shine not required, this will equal a spit shine with using only conventional methods.
However, the shipping was quite high for a couple ounces total weight.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Formidable Fox on February 21, 2008
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Large 2.5 oz
This stuff is great! However I recomend that you don't follow the directions on the back of the can, because it will ruin your shine and crack when you wear it. If you want the best possible shine, then do a spit shine for the "mirror like" high gloss. It does take a long time do appy it to a pair of shoes(1 hour each shoe). But if you want the ultimate long lasting shine you have to work for it with a spit shine. Do a spit shine while your watching tv or something else where you don't need your hands. If you don't know how to spit shine look go to [...] and I recomend using kiwi shine cloths instead of a cotton shirt because the shine cloths are made of a different material that won't scratch your shine.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Steven B. Western on March 24, 2008
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Small 1.125 oz
I have used this virtually unknown product for some time and find it indispensable. To get a shine that people will notice and ask you about, try this recipe. Use black Meltonian or Tarrago cream polish for a base coat, buff, then add a light layer of Parade Gloss [[ ASIN:B000U9YOBM Kiwi Parade Gloss Shoe Polish Black]] next, brush and buff. You will get a shine that looks like a brand new patent leather shoe, without a build-up or cracking, Propert's cream would do this in one step, however 10 years ago, Kiwi bought the UK company and killed it off. Forget using a lighter to melt the polish or spit-polishing. You can't get a better shine than you can with Parade Gloss and you save all the time it takes to do the exotic stuff.
This is the best price you can find. Other on-line companies charge $5.50 to $6.50. Good Luck!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Sharon on April 24, 2011
Color Name: WhiteSize Name: Small 1.125 oz Verified Purchase
I have used this shoe polish for over 50 years. Had a hard time finding it this time, but finally did. As always it is the best and always will be. My white leather Keds look as good as new and are more comfortable than new.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By ChicksTrucking on December 3, 2012
Color Name: WhiteSize Name: Small 1.125 oz Verified Purchase
looked EVERYWHERE for this! you just cannot buff out & polish your nursing shoes with the cheap liquid shoe polish sold in stores. just use a sponge or rag to rub into the leather, then wait a bit & 'buff' with soft cloth/towel or a shoe brush is best. The color LASTS & shoes look new - because it is white, & shoes are white, it won't completely eliminate tough scuffs where leather is broken, but it is FAR better than liquid polish that does nothing to help scuffs
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