Thursday, 28 March 2013

Oliver Sweeney Care & Repair The Ultimate Guide

Whilst on a press tour of The Avenue in Manchester, a stretch of luxury retail in Spinningfields, I was pleased to revisit Oliver Sweeney, cobblers to the mighty.

The store is small but perfectly formed with shoes adorning all the walls available and even a sprinkling of apparel and accessories.

After being thoroughly briefed on best-sellers and things by the retail staff, the press tour moved on, but I was given a little take-away from the team at Sweeney in my goody bag, which took the form of a leaflet. Usually the first thing to be thrown away when rampaging through a goody bag, but, this time, actually one of the best bits!

So, you know what I did? I decided to give my brogues a polish.

I realise that I've blogged about Sweeney's care tips before but we all need a refresher once in a while and these tips apparently come from this guy:

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Tim Cooper, Cobbler-in-chief at Oliver Sweeney

First, I gave my brogues a little wipe down. Then, I got my polish, and the handy applicator that I got in my last goody bag!
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Then I rub-a-dub-dubbed.

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Then I buffed and revealed a gorgeously shiny pair of brogues.

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Brogues, Burton (Can't afford Sweeney dear reader)

Oh, and then repeated with all my other leather shoes....

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Find below snaps from The Ultimate Guide to Care & Repair direct from Sweeney's Cobbler-in-Chief and the Oliver Sweeney shoe care range!


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