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Shoe Shine Pro is a hand-held, battery operated shoe polishing device that'll enable you to quickly polish your shoes without making a mess. You can use this device on heels, loafers, and even boots in order to make your footwear look professional at work or classy while you're out and about. Each device comes with two polishing brushes, two buffing attachments, two containers of shoe polish ( black and brown ), and a storage case that'll hold all of these parts.
The cost of Shoe Shine Pro is $14.95 plus $5.95 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Shoe Shine Pro by paying the extra shipping fee of $5.95 for a total price of $26.85. Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: tvstuffsale.com
Ensure that a polishing brush is attached to the end of your Shoe Shine Pro. Apply polish to the brush, and use the brush to transfer the polish to the appropriate shoe. To do so, you'll first need to use the power button, which you can find on your device's handle, to turn it on.
Once you're done applying polish to a shoe or pair of shoes, you'll need to buff each shoe by using one of the buffing attachments. You can manually remove your polishing brush from the end of your device or use the slot on your storage case to help you. Following that, you must simply slide a buffing attachment into its place, and you'll be ready to carry out the buffing process. For maximum shine, buff your shoes for several minutes.
After you've buffed your shoes, they'll be ready to wear. At this point, you may wish to take your device apart and put the pieces in your storage case, but this isn't necessary.
Each Shoe Shine Pro is cordless, so you won't have to drag a cord around with you when you use it. This also means it will take up less space in a bag or suitcase if you take it outside your home.
All of these devices run by battery, making it unnecessary for you to find an available electrical outlet when you want to use yours. Plus, using one won't add to the electrical bill for your home or workplace.
The Shoe Shine Pro has been designed with ergonomics in mind, so it's unlikely that its handle will slip out of your hand or cause you any pain and strain as you hold onto it.
If you don't polish your shoes regularly, they'll start looking dull, which will also make them appear old and worn. Fortunately, using Shoe Shine Pro will make maintaining the attractive, store-fresh appearance of your valued footwear a much quicker, tidier task.
Whether you're meeting with other professionals at an existing job or going on a job interview, individuals in the business world will appreciate the look of polished shoes. Hence, frequently using Shoe Shine Pro for polishing purposes just may boost your professional image and bring more career opportunities your way.
You'll need batteries to run your Shoe Shine Pro, but these aren't included with each device, so you'll need to go out and find those on your own.
Each device comes with both brown and black shoe polish, but these shades aren't suitable for very light-coloured shoes, so you'll also have to find your own clear polish to use to shine up those.
You can shine your shoes with a cloth or rag and some shoe polish, but to do so, you'll need to invest energy by sliding the rag or cloth back and forth over each shoe. With the Shoe Shine Pro, all you'll need to do is turn the device on and hold your hand steady, and it'll do that part of the job for you. Without a great deal of hand movement, it'll be less likely that polish will end up on you or the floor instead of on your shoes.
Professionals will shine your shoes for you for a fee, but you'll have to find the time and financial resources necessary to attend appointments regularly.
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