Pedag Black Horsehair Shoe Shine Brush
Crew How-To: Using your Pedag Horsehair Shoe Shine Brush
Staffer Ty Unthank shows you how to use the Pedag Horsehair Shoe Shine Brush to give your umpire or referee shoes the most professional appearance.
Falls Church, VA
The red clay fields are typically dusty this time of year, this brush works very well with knocking off the dust and dirt. The horse hair bristles are great for buffing your shoes to a nice shine after polishing. It is a well made shoe brush and is a good size to pack for tournaments.
This shoe shine brush is essential just before polishing your shoes and after the polish dries. It activates the polish. Then use the shine brush for that final touch.
Questions About This Product
|Q:||What is the difference between the black and the grey brush?|
– Michael Nicotera
A: The difference will be the color of the brush hairs and the Pedag logo is stamped to the wooden section.– Renee Gnagie
Customer Service Lead
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