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    AOS Sandalwood soap
    1951 Canadian Gillette
    Derby blade
    Simpson B4 Beaufort
    Snurdler complements of Sharppton and Ultrasoundguy2003
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    Razor: Paul Schulze 5/8
    Strop: Illinois
    Brush: shavemac 25mm silvertip
    Pre-shave: Castle Forbes
    Soap: Lea
    Cream: Taylor of Old Bond Street "Natural"
    Balm: Muhle
    Aftershave: Musgo Real Classic

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    Parker Brush
    MdC Soap
    Kanayama #3 Strop
    Ralf Aust Razor
    Floid Blue AS


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    Joseph Rodgers & Sons
    TM Strop
    Shavemac
    MDC
    Texas Teaspoon
    Flo´d
    "Nobody needs one, but everyone should have one."
    Albert Einstein on the Snurdle circa 1904
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    CUTS LANE WOOL HAIR LIKE A Saus-AGE!

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    Merkur 34G
    Personna Lab Blade
    Omega Boar
    Cremo Cream (cooling) Shave Cream
    Nivea Sensitive Balm
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    Quote Originally Posted by tcrideshd View Post
    Have a great day. Tc
    Very cool brush!
    "Call me Ishmael"
    CUTS LANE WOOL HAIR LIKE A Saus-AGE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WW243 View Post
    Very cool brush!
    Thanks Bill , it's a Walleyeman copper and aycrilic he made me a couple years ago. Tc
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    Default Its Positively Snurdlelicious

    Burrell Top Flight Ellicottville NY
    Georgetown G-20
    Muhle Badger
    1.5 Metric snurdle heapings of Art Of Shaving Lemon (Yes Tom must of sent me a metric one )
    Aqua Velva Blue widow washer fluid

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    -----John Doe Sunday-----
    Razor--John Doe 7/8 no name.
    Hone--coticule a long time ago.
    Strop--SRD Premium1 with premium fabric. 20 laps fabric 50 laps leather.
    Soap--Van der Hagen Luxury.
    Mug--Gimme coffee cup from the "Cock and Bull" restaurant.
    Brush--Semogue boar from SRD.
    Aftershave--5 drops EVOO and Stetson aftershave.
    Music--Led Zeppelin "Kashmir".
    Result--Old John really mowed off the stubble for a very relaxing BBS shave. I love my boar brush and the extra width of John Doe means I don't have to rinse as much. Next shave is German Wednesday when I pull out the Boker and listen to Lawrence Welk polkas. You all have a great week.
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