Cotton Flannel Polishing Cloth

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Cotton Flannel Polishing Cloth, 545 Cotton Flannel, blockout

Cotton Flannel Polishing Cloth

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Cotton Flannel Polishing Cloth

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  • Canvas on one side for durability and soft cotton flannel on the other for gentle application
  • Easily removes any dirt and residue
  • Gently applies shoe creams and polishes
  • Buffs shoes for a brilliant shine
  • 22" L by 5.5" W

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We recommend hand washing your Allen Edmonds Cotton Flannel Polishing Cloth in cold water to prevent any dyes on the cloth from running. (We also recommend using a new cloth for each different colored polish to prevent cross-contamination between leathers.)

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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fundamental for Shoe Care Certainly, this is an important item to add to your kit. And I second Allen Edmonds' recommendation to get one cloth for each pair of shoes. June 29, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Have Several These cloths are versatile. I use them for basically every AE product I put on my shoes. Only one side of the cloth is usable. You need to know that in advance. Basically any product I use, I'm using these. Polish, wax polish, leather lotion, conditioner cleaner, saddle soap, you name it. It doesn't seem like they will be forever durable. But, they are cheap. I have yet to try washing them. Will see how that goes. October 24, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by good value good product works well for buffing shoes excellant quality January 18, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by The soft cotton flannel spoils this product The soft cotton tends to come off and get stuck to edges and indentations in shoe. Very tedious to remove and makes the shoe look bad. December 30, 2014
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So for Buffing and Polishing use the soft side. When do you use the Canvas side...?
Age: 25-34
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1 year, 11 months ago
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Either side of the Cotton Flannel cloth can be used for applying polishes. However, the soft side of the cloth should be used for the final buffing.

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Am I supposed to use both sides, or just the soft side of the cloth? I'm concerned that the rough side of the cloth might damage the leather.
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Thank you for your interest in Allen Edmonds.

When polishing and buffing your Allen Edmonds shoes, the soft side of the Cotton Flanner Polishing Cloth should be used.

Please feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
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Age: 18-24
Pairs: Under 5
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Yes. You definitely want to use individual cloths for the different cleaners and waxes. Otherwise, you will "contaminate" the cloth and spread unwanted colors to your shoes. What I do is use a sharpie to write the polish color on the back of the cloth. I then fold the cloths when I store them so that I can easily read the color for that cloth.
Age: 35-44
Pairs: Over 10
3 years, 7 months ago
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Answer: 
Thank you for your interest in Allen Edmonds.

Because Allen Edmonds Conditioner Cleaner is colorless, It is not necessary to use separate cloths for application. However, if dyes from previous polishings run onto the cloth, we recommend hand washing the Allen Edmonds Cotton Flannel Polishing Cloth in cold water to prevent any cross-contamination between leathers.

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Thank you for your interest in Allen Edmonds.

Our Cotton Flannel Polishing Cloths are made right here in the USA.

Please feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
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Follow the directions given by the other customer. I just did that this past weekend and my clothes turned out great!
Age: 25-34
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Yes, there is. I do not know if it is the AE sanctioned method, but my method works very well for my purposes. I fill a sink with cool (just a shade colder than warm) water and add maybe 1 ml of Wool-lite. I stir the water with my hand to mix the Wool-lite. I then add the polishing cloths to the water. I have separate cloths for black, chili, brown, cognac, merlot, etc. polish, but I add them all to the same sink of water. My experience is that when the polish comes off the cloths in the water, it remains suspended in the water. I let the cloths sit in the water for several hours and then drain the water. I rinse the clothes with cold water and they are usually very clean, if not pristine. I then slightly stretch them by pulling on both ends and then hang them to air dry.
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3 years, 7 months ago
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Answer: 
Thank you for your interest in Allen Edmonds.

We recommend hand washing the Allen Edmonds Cotton Flannel Polishing Cloth in cold water to prevent any dyes on the cloth from running. Keep in mind, it is also a good idea to use a different polishing cloth for each new colored polish to prevent cross-contamination between leathers.

Please feel free to contact us with any additional questions.
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