It depends. If the scuff is actually a tear in the plastic, your done. If its a scuff, that is caused form your heel, or something else hitting it, try buffing it out with Brasso and a cotton ball, then polish them with Pledge furniture polish.
If you want the look, but also something repairable, try regular leather shoes, and use Leather Luster. It actually looks like a real shine.
Invest in a very good pair of plain toe black leather lace ups (regular leather) and spend some quality time building up a good layer of regular shoe polish on them.
Leather luster will flake and peel off after a while. Spit shine, its the only way...
Quote from: DC on May 23, 2008, 12:36:11 AMLeather luster will flake and peel off after a while. Spit shine, its the only way...If it flaked and peeled on you, you did it wrong. I had a pair for that never did that in almost ten years. At the four year mark, I sanded them a bit, and applied another coat.Flake and peel means that the shoe wasn't stripped properly. Leather Luster is little more than a latex paint. Paint won't stick to surfaces that aren't properly prepped.It's an alternative to shining, but it really takes several days to do it right. I know of many cops that treat their leather belts and belt cases with it. It does work, but you have to do it right.
Look at the price! Mine were around $44 at Hanscom, but that was a few years ago now... They are the DSCP issue type.