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Saphir Medaille d'Or 1925 Pommadier Cream Polish

Saphir Medaille d'Or 1925 Pommadier Cream Polish

Regular price $30.00 CAD
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Saphir's pommadier cream shoe polish is a cut above ordinary polishes and is essential for shoe care.

Saphir Pommadier cream is a shoe cream suitable for all fine leather shoes and smooth leather goods. It provides leather nourishment and buffs to a great shine.

It's made with natural ingredients and 7 different waxes. It has shea butter oil for nourishing leather. It also has Carnauba wax and beeswax to give this cream polish the abililty to shine leather goods.

The added pigment brings colour back into shoes, boots, and leather accessories. Lastly, it contains premium turpentine to bring everything together as well as impart a wonderful smell to the cream.

Made without silicone or resin, you can nourish your shoes, add colour, and avoid harmful additives.

Suitable for use on any smooth leather. Smooth leather shoes, boots, jackets, wallets, and other smooth leather accessories.

This cream is not suitable for textured leathers such as suede or nubuck.

We offer a 5g sample size option to test colours and quality. The 5g size is good for 1 use.


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CLAUDIU PUGACEV
Saphir Medaille d'Or Cream Polish

I am very happy with the purchase. I should have bought more colours.

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Yves Lapres
Qualité

Très facile à travailler, très couvrant et brillant

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Kerry McWilliams
The Best of the Best!

Finally found a great source of high quality shoe products in the heart of Calgary - great stuff!

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Ken McGuire
Superb shoe care product

This was my first use of Saphir Pommadier Cream Polish and I both surprised and pleased with the result. The cream goes on easily and smoothly and it's obvious that it is being absorbed by the leather. It buffs up to a nice "hard" surface.

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Jean Daudelin

Saphir Medaille d'Or 1925 Pommadier Cream Polish