Ok but you need to build up lots of layers
I bought leather luster years ago from the States and I thought this was a better alternative to the old trusted ways and I don’t have a lot of time to bull my shoes. The bottle is a lot smaller then I thought and the instructions are all in German I think. Simple enough to use with the brush attached to the cap. BEWARE this stuff dries very quick and unsightly brush stokes on the leather are a risk. So here is my experience on what to do:
1- remove all polish from the shoe (I used a hair dryer and cloth)
2 - Apply librally to the toe cap, and I mean really load the brush up with the polish
3 - start at the rear of the seam where the toe cap starts and brush gently forward to where the toe cap meets the front of the sole.
4 - repeat the above, moving left or right of the initial brush stroke, the polish should be running down side of the toe cap now
5 - you have about 30 seconds before the polish sets make sure you cover the whole toe cap FAST!
Mine dried in about 30 minutes per coat. I then buffed with a cotton ball inbetween applications. Currently on the third coat and now all brush strokes are gone and there is a mirror finish.
Overall I’d buy and use again for DMS shoes. Yet to see how well it holds up but for looks it is easier then leather luster and just as good a finish.