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Lincoln Stain Wax Shoe Polish 3 Fl Oz (Black)

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  • Made in USA
  • Ideal for leather and corfam
  • Shines and protects
  • For better looking and longer life of leather
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Product Description

Color: Black

Ideal for leather and corfam. Shines and protects. For better looking and longer life of leather. 3 fl oz

Product Details

Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 2.5 x 3 inches ; 8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B003XCGZCY
  • UPC: 758202101116 758202101123
  • Item model number: LSWBK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (290 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,519 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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42 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Matthew on February 26, 2011
Color: Black Verified Purchase
I have a job that requires me to have clean, polished shoes with my uniform, and for many years I struggled with Kiwi (regular and Parade gloss) polishes only to produce a mediocre shine. I used numerous methods of polish application, polishing and buffing with poor results. A friend recently told me about Lincoln polish. He learned of it from his brother who is an Air Force veteran, so I tried it. WOW!! What an amazing difference! Lincoln is much easier to apply (I use cotton balls), dries much, much faster than Kiwi, and buffs to a much more glossy, durable shine. The buffing time is a fraction of Kiwi. I immediately noticed that Lincoln has a much higher wax content than Kiwi, and this wax buffs to a higher gloss. The shine is not as fragile as the Kiwi shine, and Lincoln does not leave my boots feeling greasy like with Kiwi. Lincoln smells much more like a carnuba wax, whereas Kiwi has a more petroleum product odor. If you are like me and wear a uniform or just like to look your best with highly shined shoes and leather goods this is the only polish wax that you need. I wish that I had found Lincoln years earlier. The easy open lid is also great because you don't have to worry about the little twist tab breaking off like with Kiwi cans. Lincoln is also made in the USA. I will not touch any other shoe polish again. I only use water and cotton balls and get a brilliant shine with less work. If you polish shoes regularly make it a little easier on yourself, get a much better shine, and use a U.S. made product. Lincoln is far superior to any other polish.
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25 of 25 people found the following review helpful By W Craig on May 6, 2010
Color: Black
I used to use Kiwi. Here in Arizona, the heat can get up to 120 degrees during the summer. Kiwi would literally melt off of my boots. Once I started using Lincoln, that was no longer a problem. And, the shine is faster, better, and easier. Nothing but good Juju. Shop around a bit on the internet, though. You can find a 3oz tin for 3 bucks if you look.
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By soyboy42 on September 29, 2006
Color: Black
The higher stain content in this polish (compared to regular shoe polish) allowed me to successfully cover some discolored areas on my old black dress shoes. Without this product I'm sure I would have had to throw the shoes out. Now they look almost new!
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Yasunori-San on January 13, 2013
Color: Black
I grew up polishing my Dad's workshoes and earned lots of extra spending money, but it was not until I joined the Army that I really learned how to put a truly glossy shine on my boots. I always thought that if I learned no other skill or trade in the military, at least I could be a darn good shoe shiner. I feel a little disloyal ;-) admitting to liking Lincoln shoe polish since it was the Marine Corps approved brand and the tacitly "approved" shoe polishing product for the U.S. Army was Kiwi. But at guard mount and honour guard inspections, the MPs with sharpest looking uniforms (and best boots), and thereby earning extra privileges, were consistently those who had switched to Lincoln. And so began my association with Lincoln shoe polish.

I don't know the chemistry behind it, but Lincoln clearly has a softer texture (more emollients?) right out of the can, and so the wax seems to penetrate into the micro pores of the leather better. Then when it is mixed and swirled around with a soft, wet cotton ball it seems to spread out in a nice even layer, much more like a cream polish (no lumping, and less swirl lines) and with far, far less effort, you start to see that glassy reflective surface which is the goal. All that is needed after that is a quick, feather light (not pressing hard) buffing with a soft, lint-free cloth (micro-fiber is best).

If that weren't enough, Lincoln also has a superior dye stain ingredient. Once worked into the leather, it is tenaciously colour fast doesn't seem to readily rub off or transfer. Exposure to air seems to "cure" it, bonding the colouring component to the leather.

I know it's just a small thing, but I also happen to like the snap open can on Lincoln, rather than that twist key system on Kiwi that sometimes breaks off.
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Dave McGhee on November 5, 2010
Color: Marine Cordovan Verified Purchase
I've used this polish for my field and dress bots for the past several years. Easy to go on, true to the marine cordovan color and buffs out to a durable shine... Works best on my Vasque Sundowners that I wear in the field. covers up all the scrapes and scratches very well.

One tip when you get down to the bottom of the can have more left over on the sides.. Set the tin on the coils of an electric stove until melted then remove and let cool. You'll get about 5 more shines out of what is left. Break up the rest and place in the next tin.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Senecal VINE VOICE on April 3, 2006
Color: Black
I first came across a can of this while living in South Korea about 12 years ago. I absolutely love it. I have used this polish since then, and it has always provided excellent protection and a great shine.
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Glenn L. Hawkes on September 28, 2011
Color: Black
I've used Lincoln since the 1950s when I began shining my own shoes in a caring way as a teenager. I learned of it from the shoe repair shop which is where you can buy it now other than the internet -- these are shoe "professionals," and know their business. It saved me hours in Infantry Basic, AIT, Infantry Officer's School at Ft. Benning, GA, and through the rest my three-year stint in the Army as an officer, for both boots and dress shoes. No one could tell the difference between my Lincoln shine and the Kiwi spit shines that took so much time and effort and didn't last past the first bruise. With Lincoln you can buff back your original shine most of the time on your sock or pant leg (not in Navy dress). And when you're in a rush you can get back about 95% of the last shine using only your good horsehair brush and a quick buff. I wouldn't be caught dead in plastic shoes because you can better the shine and easily keep it up with a good shoe or boot and Lincoln polish. And it's good for your footgear. For many years I applied it with my fingers like many shoe-shine pros do, but I'm more lazy now at age 69 and use an old t-shirt, my GI one in OD green issued when I left for Vietnam in 1969. There's simply no comparison with other polishes, even the creme types which always stain my pant bottoms when I occasionally use them for deep color repair.
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