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    WORKSHOP:SOTD:CUSTOMS Maximilian's Avatar
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    Thumbs up Sun January 08th - Sat January 14th

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    Location: 36° 0'5"N - 115° 15' 21"W
    Razor: Wade & Butcher
    Brush: Simpson PJ3
    Pre Shave: TOBS pre-shave oil
    Cream: Alraz Custom (Sandalwood:Rose)
    Astringent: Thayers Witch Hazel
    ASB: AOS Sandalwood
    EDC: B&B
    First a foremost a big thank you for the welcoming party and birthday wishes on Saturday. There's no place like home and I consider the SOTD part of my home. For my birthday shave I decided on a Wade & Butcher. Time to give my SRP 2011 LE Brush some deserved rest so the Simpson PJ3 was due for some lathering action with the mouthwatering, divine smelling sandalwood/rose cream which was a nice birthday surprise from my friend Bill. Needless to say, tons of lather and a superb shave. I took my sweet time to enjoy every single minute spend in the bathroom. The B&B Cologne was the icing on the cake. Think fruity sandalwood.
    Gents, let's get this show on the road! happy shaving.

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    Default SODT -- Sunday

    Good morning friends!

    PREP: Proraso Preshave Cream
    BRUSH: Mühle Sophist in olive wood
    SOAP/CREAM: Geo. F. Trumper's Sandalwood
    SCUTTLE / BOWL: Fitjar Lathering Up Shaving Bowl
    RAZOR: 6/8" Hishakaku Folding Kamisori
    STROP: Kanayama Cordovan # 60.000
    SHAVE: 2 passes, WTG / XTG
    AS: Acqua Di Parma Collezione After Shave Balm
    DECORATION: Chawan Raku Tea Bowl (In the margin line the sense) from pagasari
    RESULT: Wonderful shave, BBS



    Have a nice week,
    Béla
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    Location: Coffs Harbour Australia
    Strop: MickR's Roo Hide
    Brush: Silvertip Badger in Cocobolo
    Soap: Proraso
    Razor: Long Life 145 6/8
    Toner: Thayer's Witch Hazel
    Balm: Bigelow Mentha
    About a year or so ago I went on a barber hone kick and bought 4 of them, but really haven't gotten to know them.
    So I decided to use the Chipaway hone to touch-up my Grandfathers Long Life.
    6 laps with lather gave me a very decent edge. I can get better with my Coti/Thuri touch-up routine, but if I had to I could quite happily use this stone to maintain edges.
    2 passes gave me a DFS and a great start to the SOTD week.

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    Have a good week gentlemen and thanks for the posts and pics.
    Grant
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    Sunday

    Spent the morning helping my 85 year old father take some rubbish to the dump. A very interesting time guiding him reversing the trailer. In the end I unhitched it and just pushed it where it needed to be. People are generally very understanding of old gentlemen attempting to manoeuvre their increasing bizarre looking aging automobiles precariously around the streets like they are mammoth articulated behemoths, but there’s a limit. A visit to my parents generally consists of feeding the sparrows and magpies on the front veranda, chain smoking and being force fed omelettes, sausages, mashed potatoes and weak tea.

    The shave with the Törnblom was extremely smooth. And really very close. I do believe it’s improved since the JaNorton Project. It’s really feeling very nice at the moment. That didn’t stop me from giving it a 10 laps on the 8K though, and also a good clean out of the pivot, which had a tiny spot of rust in it. Gotta be pretty vigilant about that rust, don’t you? I always wipe my razors with Eucalyptus oil after each shave (and strop 10/10), but I may need to place a drop into the pivot each week or so.

    I've been looking at my vintage German medium format cameras and a 'seeing' a few things lately and thinking about getting back in to it. Might buy some film...

    Hope you’re all having a relaxing, happy Sunday. Be good, be healthy and be happy...


    Razor: Klas Törnblom
    Pre Shave: Proraso
    Cream: Truefitt and Hill Trafalgar
    ASB: None
    After Shave: Truefitt and Hill Trafalgar


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    PS, WoW! First three photos starting the week (Max, Fonthunter, Baldy) are excellent!
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    Sundaymorning

    A relaxing shower and shave to begin the day whit.

    prep.shower
    strop. RCH
    brush. FS Finebadger
    scutle. schwatrzweisskeramik xl
    soap. Olivia Bay Rum
    Razor.Wacker Jungmeister
    as.Nature
    Result. A fine BBS on my head and face.
    Every time i use my wacker i think.. wow this thing is great, he shaves superior!

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    Good morning friends.
    Excellent pictures with beautiful razors...yesterday and today.

    Once again I'll use my H-Diamond today
    The brush is manufactured by Muehle

    Have a nice Sunday

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    L'Occitane Bavx soap
    Merkur 34C-HD
    Gillette super thin Blade
    Simpsons Chubby 1 in Super
    Mitchell's Woolfat
    Alum + Witch Hazel
    L'Occitane Bavx Balm
    Botanics Moisturiser
    Floris Elite Eau de parfum

    Jamie.

    A delightful shave two pass shave no touch up perfect start to a sunday morning

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    Default Sunday

    Prep: Hot shower
    Brush: Martinez' Custom: Chess King w/ 26mm silver tip badger
    Soap: Mama Bear's Bay Rum
    Strop: Tony Miller Heirloom tri-strop (3x25)
    Razor: Moreton & Langley's razor 13/16
    ASB: Caswell-Massey Newport
    soundtrack: Anne-Sophie Mutter: Johannes Brahms Violin Sonata Nº 2 in A major, Op. 100 #1

    Comfortable and relaxing shave.


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    Default Sunday

    Good Morning

    Prep: Shower
    Strop: SRD, Premium 1 Leather 30, 70
    Brush: Semogue, 1438, Boar
    Soap: Cella, Crema Sapone
    Razor: Dovo, Flowing
    Cologne: No 4711

    Have a Great Week
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    Mühle R89 + Gillette "Spoiler" | SRP 2011 LE | MdC | Profumo.it Tartar Leather

    The Maxtom did such a wonderful job yesterday that I needed only a single pass with the DE for a DFS. I'm off to play Soldier again today...
    He saw a lawyer killing a viper on a dunghill hard by his own stable; And the Devil smiled, for it put him in mind of Cain and his brother Abel.
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