Okay, I know that the picture of a pair of shoes may seem incongruous to a few of you given the subject matter. However, the most expert of the thriftsters out there will get the connection right away. It's a reasonably well known money saving fact that bananas contain potassium which found in shoe polish. Ergo, you can use the inside of their skins to clean leather footwear. I thought that I'd try this out.
Onto Exhibit 2 and you've guessed it. One's had the banana treatment and an unpleasant slimy job that was too. So, now I've managed to pick those telltale stringy bits of debris out of the velcro fastening can you telll me a)which of these has had a clean and b)are you convinced enough to save a couple of quid or so each year by giving up buying commercial shoe polish?