Pedag 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.
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:||Do you recommend using separate brushes for the shampoo treatment and buffing-off the polish or is one brush enough? By the way, love your product review and how-to videos! |
– Robert Kaden
During a shoe cleaning with the RESTORE Shoe Shampoo, use the bristle brush of the RESTORE bottle. Apply a small amount of solution with the plunger-tip inserted to the bottle. Plunger-tip is red, center of the bristle brush end. Scrub solution with bristle brush in small circles, creating foam, covering the shoe. Use a cloth or towel to wipe off shampoo treatment. A horsehair brush can be used to dry residual moisture. I like to have one brush that is a "dirt brush", then a separate brush that I use in polishing. Reducing the amount of cross-contamination when I use the brush post game.– Ty Unthank
Communication & Service Specialist, Pro Umpire School Graduate and Umpire
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