My Dad wore those type of dickie shoes when he worked at Fort Eustis as a mechanic. His stayed that shiny, or better. Not sure why, but his never
had the excessive creases that yours have. He claims that spit shining makes them crack worse, and he never used much water on his.
I,ve found using a regular sock to begin with and finishing it off with a dress sock works well for shining boots. I used to be in the Navy. I'd heat
up the wax to where it was melted and spread it across the shoe with the regular sock and let it dry completly, then I would take the dress sock
stretched a crossed it polishing it up really nicely and I never failed an inspection like that. I wish I had photos of my old boots but sadly I
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