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    Default looking for a moss style scuttle.....

    there is no way i am paying 40-60$ for some burnt clay
    i have looked at the "redneck scuttle" i would do this but the problem i have is there is not exactly a walmart or home depot where im at.....
    nothing fancy it just has to work. im tired of filling the sink with water when i could be using the sink for other things besides floating a glass full of shaving cream and a brush

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    If it is just simple burnt clay, you could make one yourself.

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    Surely there are flower pots in Korea...

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    im not saying its that easy but so much stuff is machine made these days....
    ohh i have been looking around everytime i think i find something that looks like it may work just doesnt fit....the search continues

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    What I used to do before I got my Moss was fill a larger bowl with hot water and then float a smaller bowl inside it for the brush. Worked as well, just not as compact or cool looking. Here is a pic from my DE days.
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    jimmy! i like that have to see what i cant scrounge up for the cheap

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    I know this is SRP, but is that a slant Jimmy? I never used one back in my DE days, always seemed a little wicked. Then again now I shave with a mini sword...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAMARACING8 View Post
    jimmy! i like that have to see what i cant scrounge up for the cheap
    One bowl came from Target and the other from Publix supermarket. No more than $5.00 total IIRC.
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    I bought an excellent scuttle from artisan Robert Becker. It was 26 shipped.
    It works excellent. It keeps lather hot for 20 minutes. It is perfect in the fact that i can easily make lather in it as well with a 20mm brush. A bigger brush might have problems being able to make lather in it.

    He sells his scuttles under the BIN on ebay. He usually has about 3 per week he
    puts up, and they sell fast.

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    Neat scuttle. I searched "Robert Becker" on ebay and came up with 31 matches...mostly fitness and self-help books, but no scuttles.

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