Saphir Reno'Mat Leather Cleaner

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Saphir Renomat provides an in-depth cleaning of smooth leather to remove buildup of silicons, resins, and dirt that accumulate over use, thereby preparing leather to receive the full nourishment offered by Saphir's Medaille d'Or products. It can also be used to remove darker polishes that may have mistakenly been applied.

  • Safe to use on even the finest leathers.
  • Removes polish and silicone buildup to restore original leather.
  • Will not remove original finish - only polish.
  • More aggressive than normal Leather Cleaning Soap.
  • Made in France.
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    More About The Saphir Reno'Mat Leather Cleaner

    We highly recommend using the Renomat to strip away all old polishes before converting one's shoes to an all-Saphir regiment or every three to six months as part of a thorough polishing routine. It is not appropriate to use Renomat every time you polish your shoes, as it can be too harsh. Instead use Saphir Renovateur as a cleaner and conditioner on routine polishings.

    RENOMAT is also very effective at removing dark polishes that may have mistakenly been used. Renomat essentially removes everything that is on top of the leather, restoring it to its original state. This includes all polishes that were used after the shoe left the factory. Always first test the Renomat on a small, hidden portion of the leather to confirm that it does not remove the finish. Renomat can remove some more cheaply-made shoes or delicate finishes.

    It is also useful for cleaning brushes once they become coated with shoe polish. Simply pour a generous portion of Saphir Reno'Mat into a container and work it into the bristles of the brush. Wipe on a cloth to remove and discard.


    • Shake the Reno'Mat vigorously to mix the product (it separates when left to stand).
    • First, always test the Saphir Reno'Mat on a small, hidden portion of the leather to make sure it does not remove the polish. This can happen on lower quality shoes.
    • Use a cotton chamois to apply the Reno'Mat to your shoes, working on small areas at a time, rubbing in a circular motion.
    • Once finished, use a horsehair brush or clean part of the cotton chamois to remove any residue left over.
    • Continue with your normal shoeshine routine.
    • Two to three times a year, we recommend following the Reno'Mat with Saphir Medaille d'Or Grasse Dubbin to provide deep, intensive nourishment of the leather.

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    Volume 100 ml
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