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Thread: Two Stirling Badgers in the truck

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    Default Two Stirling Badgers in the truck

    I already was acquainted with Stirling Soap Company having purchased one of their large synthetic brushes. It is a fine brush, too.

    First I saw an email advertisement for their badge brushes. Then I read with interest this thread about their 24mm fan knot brush.

    stirling soap co. fan tip finest badger brush

    I not only got their 24mm fan knot, but their 26mm bulb knot. Both are "finest" quality badger. These are superb quality and very reasonably priced for under $40.00 each.

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    How do you tame badgers in a truck?
    Last edited by Longhaultanker; 09-14-2017 at 06:53 PM.
    A little advice: Don't impede an 80,000 lbs. 18 wheeler tanker carrying hazardous chemicals.

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    I have the 26mm just like that one, I really dont know what more you could want from a brush, amazing for the price, probably great for twice the price!
    Stay Sharp!
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    I have 2 of their brushes, can't beat them for the price.
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    Still very pleased with mine. Been using it daily since i got it.
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    I just received the Butterscotch brush today, very reasonable price, and a delightful brush to use, was very pleased how nice it is.

    For those that like an uber soft tipped brush with some good backbone, this one delivers in spades. I prefer a very scritchy brush, but do rotate through brushes to change things up, and this one will stay in the rotation.

    For those who are looking for a quality brush, you won't go wrong with this one...thanks for the tip LongHT...
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    ya I quite like the butterscotch handle, might get one to put a shavemac knot into! and don't even think I,m believing you 100% Andrew, your shavemacs aint getting put away!
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