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KIWI® Quality Shoe Polish didn’t become “The world’s No. 1 Classic Shoe Polish” by accident. We know all the tricks to reach and keep that brilliant shine you strive for, with or without polish.

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How to Polish Your Leather Shoes

How to Polish Your Leather Shoes

Learn how to polish your leather shoes to a superior shine in 3 simple steps with KIWI® Shoe Polish.

KIWI® Black Express Shine

KIWI® Express Shine

How can I touch up my shoes when I'm in a hurry?

On the go or last minute shoe emergency? KIWI® Express Shine provides an effortless, clean and easy-to-apply solution to let you put your best foot forward.

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KIWI® Black Express Shine

KIWI® Express Shine

Can I get my shoes even shinier after polishing?

After polishing, use any soft cloth to buff your leather shoes.

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What's the best way to dry wet shoes?

What's the best way to dry wet shoes?

When your leather shoes get wet from rain, never put them on the heater. Stuff your shoes with newspaper and let dry. Afterward, use KIWI® polish and protectors to protect your shoes from the elements.

KIWI® Light Tan Shoe Polish

KIWI® Shoe Polish

How can I get a long-lasting shine for my shoes?

For a longer-lasting shine, apply KIWI® Shoe Polish to your leather shoes. Its multi-wax blend of premium wax and natural Carnauba wax results in a more durable shine than regular wax polishes.

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How can I get rid of light scuff marks?

How can I get rid of light scuff marks?

Even light scuff marks can diminish your polished look. Gently wipe leather shoes with a damp cloth and let air dry. Apply polish to the scuff marks, buff as directed. Depending on the severity of scuffing, an additional application may be needed. Follow up with regular use of KIWI® polish and protectors.

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What if I can't find shoe polish to match my shoe colour?

What if I can't find shoe polish to match my shoe colour?

While you should try to match the shade exactly, sometimes the colour might be slightly off. When in doubt, choose a polish in a neutral shade or go with a shade lighter—never darker.