…..one of them pulled out a Kent and Sinatra quickly placed his gold lighter under it and she held his hand, looked at his fingers: they were nubby and raw, and the pinkies protruded, being so stiff from arthritis that he could barely bend them. He was, as usual, immaculately dressed. He wore an oxford-grey suit with a vest, a suit conservatively cut on the outside but trimmed with flamboyant silk within; his shoes, British, seemed to be shined even on the bottom of the soles…..
please give some advice on how to achieve this perfect polish as seen in your last posts..
Beeswax polish. Apply in a small amount until you get a shine,with no streaks or cloudiness visible. If the wax feels sticky, use a drop of water on the cloth you are using to help lay the polish down. Go to the next shoe, and do the same thing. Repeat until it gleams.