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  older williams soap
Posted by: magoo - 11-01-2020, 06:20 PM - Forum: Williams Mug Shave Soap Club. - Replies (5)

hey there...just a dumb question from a dull mind:   does it affect the performance of the Williams Soap if it is "yellowed" when you buy it in the box? Huh

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  Whiting Adams T-6 Badger
Posted by: Bryan_D - 11-01-2020, 12:39 AM - Forum: Shave Brushes - No Replies

Does anyone know when the Whiting Adams T-6 Badger brushes were made?

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  SOTD - November 2020
Posted by: Jayaruh - 10-31-2020, 04:20 PM - Forum: SOTD - Replies (120)

Well, OCtober has come to an end. Starting out with Lather Catcher Sunday. I have been enjoying VDH Luxury Shave Soap this week with my JR #144 Badger brush. Sunday's shave will feature my Ever-Ready Lather Catcher with a Personna SS PTFE blade. Wabbit Season will begin for me Monday.

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Lather Catcher Sunday's Shave
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Cold Water Rinse
Van Der Hagen Luxury Shaving Soap
Jayaruh #144 Finest Badger
Ever-Ready Lather Catcher
Personna GEM SS PTFE
CWR
Aqua Velva 5 in 1 ASB

The Van Der Hagen Luxury Shaving Soap face-lathered well with Jayaruh #144 Finest Badger Brush. Two passes and touch ups with the Ever-Ready Lather Catcher razor with a Personna GEM SS PTFE blade gave me a close, comfortable shave. After a cold water rinse I finished off with Aqua Velva 5 in 1 ASB. I am clean, smooth, and refreshed...

This is why it's called a lather catcher. This is after the first pass. Excellent shave.
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  On the hunt... for squirrels.
Posted by: Wchnu - 10-27-2020, 11:30 AM - Forum: The Front Porch - Replies (10)

Good morning from the woods. Going to try and hunt up a tree rat or three.

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  Fuzzy gotta new brush....
Posted by: Wchnu - 10-26-2020, 03:06 AM - Forum: Shave Brushes - Replies (4)

        Awhile back @9nein9 made me a couple of brush handles. I put a flat top badger in one of them and have been waiting to finish the last one. I finally got that done. The knot is a 70/30 Maggards knot on 26mm. I think this is the biggest brush I have had. It worked good on the vintage Williams. I did have to go back to the cake for my second pass. I guess I have to learn this big ole brush.

The handle on the 1912 was turned by Patrick also!

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  Dollar tree men's shave sets
Posted by: kyle3rv - 10-26-2020, 01:22 AM - Forum: Shave Talk - Replies (3)

Hey guys in america dollar tree has really good men's shave cream and balm sets for a dollar right now. They have eucalyptus cedar and charcoal bamboo. I test lathered the eucalyptus cedar and it made a very nice stable creamy lather. They also smell great. I say grab them.
   
   

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  Three New Lather Catcher Handles
Posted by: Jayaruh - 10-23-2020, 12:28 PM - Forum: The Clan of Catchers. - Replies (4)

twhite turned me some bulbus ferrules for my lather catcher handles. Here are three that I turned and finished today.

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Here they are on my GEM Jr. Bar razor.
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  Yaqi synthetics - not so satisfied...
Posted by: Z-2 - 10-23-2020, 10:38 AM - Forum: Shave Brushes - Replies (4)

Yesterday I've got mail call - a Yaqi Tuxedo synthetic 24mm brush. Since the brush is nice itself, today I decided to try it. I never used synthetic brushes till now and was curious, reading so many comments and reviews how great are they.

I've got good lather with hungarian barbon cream, can't complain about that, but still prefer my cheap pure badger brush. I simply can't understand the fuss about synthetics. 2 things I realized from shave :

1) the brush was too soft and sprayed lather all around when I create lather from cream (face lather)

2) the lather was good, but not that thick as from my badger (I use mostly cheap pure badger brushes like Shea moisture and VDH, lately Bevel). I much prefer also feeling of exfoliating on my skin from pure badgers.

What are your opinions about synthetics vs badgers? Thanks !

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Shocked Dime safety razor
Posted by: kyle3rv - 10-23-2020, 02:13 AM - Forum: Catch of the day - Replies (12)

I came across this listing a while back. Saw it wasnt getting bid up. So I put in a bid and no one fought me for it. Hoping I can get a gem blade working in it.
   

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  Knock knock!
Posted by: CarlfromMO - 10-18-2020, 03:15 AM - Forum: Sign in sheet. - Replies (5)

Knock knock.

...Who's there?

It's me, Carl from MO.  I have been away a while, but I found the new TOST3 address.
For those that don't remember, I am from Missouri and I use vintage Schick injectors and an old 1912 pattern SE.  ...  (And "other thingies").  I tend to like the vintage razors.  All of the razors I own are way more than 50 years old.
I haven't posted much, but I still enjoy shaving on a regular basis.  Looking forward to reading the threads here, and posting whenever I have something to say.
I looked over the member list and saw some familiar folks here, which is good.  So, Hello everybody, good health and good shaves to all. 

Carl

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