I've seen on television and the internet that on some parades eg. the Sovereigns Parade at RMAS that the entire part of the boot that is showing has been bulled, yet I've always heard that its only the toe and the heel that are bulled. Whats the actual regulation?
If it was BCH heels, Arch(in case you fainted showed you had clean boots) even though they were trashed before you got onto parade and all round until 4 eyelet as this is were your trousers should have came to
No need to re beeswax but if the surface is pitted And filling in is not an option take all the polish off back down to the leather carefully using a sharp-ish blade. Then a good brush polish and start from scratch. What a lot of people think is that the deep shine is the beeswax layered on thick what the beeswax actually does is soak into the leather to create a rigid surface so when you layer the polish on it is a little more resistant to cracking. once you have a decent amount of layers your boots will look brand new and you can be proud that you did a proper job. Don't forget to wear them once you have them bulled up to re affirm your natural creases. Brush polish, then bull again and then when you parade in them they will crack less.