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2.5oz KIWI Color Shine Liquid Shoe Polish (Black) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 2.5oz KIWI Color Shine Liquid Shoe Polish (Black) on sale for $2.09 when you checkout via Subscribe & Save (select the later date from the "First Delivery On" menu). Shipping is free. Thanks Rokket

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Amazon [amazon.com] has the 2.5-Oz KIWI Color Shine Liquid Shoe Polish (Black) on sale for $2.20. Shipping is free with Prime or $25+ orders. Choose "no rush" shipping for a $1 digital credit.
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Alternatively, $2.09 with Subscribe & Save.
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In 4 one...thanks! Only because I use this stuff so infrequently that my last one dried out but this is the sort of thing that when I actually need to use it I really need to use it.
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Its always the black polish! don't think I've ever seen the brown on sale for this price. Irritating.
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Does this work on black plastic/rubber trim on automobiles?
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I paid an extra 10 cents for 2 day delivery without S&S.
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Can I use it For leather jacket?
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This stuff works great and is easy to apply. Thanks!
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In for one.
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If you have shoes worth shining why in gods name would you ever buy Kiwi?

Do yourself a favor and fork over the extra 15-20 bucks and buy Saphir. Sometimes you get what you pay for.
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Thanks OP, got one. Wish there is a neutral one at this price as that would work for any color
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If you have shoes worth shining why in gods name would you ever buy Kiwi?

Do yourself a favor and fork over the extra 15-20 bucks and buy Saphir. Sometimes you get what you pay for.
After years of wearing fancy and expensive shoes $200 to $300, I now wear cheap $40 to $60 shoes with rubber bottoms. I don't get them resoled. I throw them out and get a new pair. Bought this Kiwi the last time it was on sale and it worked great on my cheap shoes! They looked expensive immediately after I applied.
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FYI, this stuff will ruin a good polish. It's good in a pinch to make cheap shoes looks glossy, but if you take pride in a good shine and put the time in, don't use this stuff you'll need to strip it down and redo the whole process. Although folks who know don't need to be told this....
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