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Perseverance and Giving Products or Techniques a Fair Shot
Posted by: SRNewb - 10-09-2014 09:28 PM - Replies (20)
Perseverance and Giving Products or Techniques a Fair Shot
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As I write this, I'm coming from the point of another revelation of sorts in this wet shaving thing we do.

A couple of months ago I purchased a 1912 styled Treet SE copy of a Gem Junior Parade. You know, the one with the fat, stubby bakelite handle. I had read with glee on the forums devoted ..... More
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Writers Wanted!
Posted by: bullgoose - 10-04-2014 12:42 PM - Replies (2)
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Calling all aspiring Writers, Scribes, Reporters, Wordsmiths and Teachers!

[size=large]UPDATE: Hi there Nook - let's hear from you! Even if you've expressed interest before or are working on your article, drop me a note. Thanks again to all of our talented authors!

As a reminder, most any topic is fair game but here are a few guidelines:

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Have Synthetic Brushes Come of Age?
Posted by: Codfish - 03-24-2013 10:26 AM - Replies (67)
Have Synthetic Brushes Come of Age?

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When I took up wet shaving seriously several years ago, I gave little thought to acquiring a synthetic brush. Based on the reviews I read of them at the time, they were easy to dismiss. They seemed to be at the low-end of desirability, but adequate for shavers with allergies to animal hair or shavers who objected to using animal products. They also had notable dr..... More
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