When your leather shoes are in poor condition, you probably bring them to the shoemaker for refurbishment. I have often done it in the past with excellent results ... and an expensive bill! But when we want to save our favorite pair of shoes, we do not think about the price.
But we should! Because you can do the job like a shoemaker to polish the leather ... and for a very low low price instead of $25 or $30!
In a small bowl, mix 4 tablespoons of olive oil, 4 tablespoons of vinegar and 10 drops of essential oils of your choice for a good smell.
With a clean shoe brush (you can use a toothbrush too), rub the mixture on all the leather of the shoes by thoroughly penetrating the mixture into the leather.
Then take a soft cloth and wipe the shoes to remove any excess oil.
And the result will be as beautiful as if a professional had done your shoes! Beautiful, is not it!