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Wet shaving

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by RHODIE, Dec 30, 2009.

  1. RHODIE
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    [Dec 30, 2009]
    I have decided toi get a better shaving brush as they say badger hair is best. I am confused by all the jargon but like the look of these:
    https://www.muehle-shaving.com/shop/modern/78/12/1

    has anyone used them or have any recommendations.

    I would never go back to an electric shaver.
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    quattrojames Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    [Dec 30, 2009]
    I can't help you on the brush - but I use Clinique for men shaving products and they are very good.
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    [Dec 30, 2009]
    Cheapo supermarket shaving foam and bic razor ftw. :)

    Probably why I cut myself to bits each morning. . . .
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    [Dec 31, 2009]
    Id rather have a beaver brush than a badger brush creamed up on my face.
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    Geordie Mike Yeee-haw

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    Trumper's should help you out. Google Geo Trumper. They've got everything you need. I went that way about 4 years ago. Much better.
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    Caesium My BM is fixed!

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    [Jan 7, 2010]
    menkind are pretty good for this sort of stuff also, my dad's had a Culmak brush for about 35 years.
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