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    Anybody know id there are any stores in the Salt Lake area that sell straight razor supplies?

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    Talking haha, I so wanted to start this thread.

    well what I have found around town is that there is a lot of supplies just not at the same place. Depending on what you are looking for there are a couple of good places.

    1 Soaps and brushes: this is best done in malls there are two main ones the first is crossroads they have lots of good shops but there high end store have a small shaving department. This is found with the Smellies.

    2 General razor restoring supplies: This is best done at Douglas models they have a couple of stores around the valley and a website to find out whats in there shop.

    3 Hones and strops:I got Nothin.

    4 Woods and scale supplies: I go to a Macbeth's on 3 west and 16th south for wood. a local craft store called roberts is perfect for stains and everything else you would need to finish them up.

    Thats all I can think of right now.

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    I thought Crossroads closed down for construction. Are they still open?

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    I havent been down to crossroads for awhile so it may have. I live closer to Fashionplace so I do my normal shopping there. They have a couple of good places like bath and body and the body shop, and there nordstrom has a small place with shaving supplies but crossroads had a larger selections and I am kinda bumbed that they are closed.

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    its so much easier to buy stuff on the net. hones you can get at wood worker shops thought. i found a japanese wet stone for 25 bucks cause it was mis labeled down in orem. but i would like to find a place that sells brushes other than wally world.

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