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Well, hey now, and again, it's your girl, P.W., giving you the knowhow on the fashion how-to, and as I said before, we're going to be talking all about shoes, so let me show you how to remove those scratches from your shoes, especially red and black. Come on. It's pretty easy. You want to get a black permanent, permanent, okay, like your Vis-A-Vis, your Crayola, the, you know, water, that won't do, we want to get black permanent. We want to take the broad tip where the scratch is. You just want to make a couple lines and immediately back and forth. Do you see that? You can't even tell. You have to immediately rub it back and forth, right after you do that you want to get some black shoe polish, give it a little round and round effect, just in that area. You want to get that rag back. This is a dry microfiber cloth, and you want to do it round and round, round and round because you want to work it back in to what you had. Work it back in and you see that? It doesn't even become noticeable anymore. It's irrelevant and that's what that would look like. Now the next option is if you have a red shoe and you've messed it up. Red shoes are a little harder but no fear, I want to find a red marker and I want to go in this area with the red marker, give it some jazz, close it back and immediately, get the rag work it in, work it in. After she dries and you tap, you want to get a little wet paint. Your fingers may get a little messy, no big deal though. Oops, you saw that you guys? All on the shoe, terrible. You want to dab, dab it. Now, make sure that you find the correct rag that you want to use and this may look crazy when you first do it because of course, the color will blend but when it dries this is what you want to have. Let me get my finger right. You want to be, it's going to be like that. You're going to have a great finished product. It was scratches on both sides and that's what you're going to have and how to get that semi gloss is you're going to take your nail polish, your clear of course, and we want to paint it just like that and then wallah, there you go. It's your girl, P.W., giving you the how-to, sign off.