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    I use an rechargeable razor.
    I think,therefore i am a hamster.
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    Rechargeable for the main stuff and a safety for a close cut
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  5. Double edge safety razor, a horse hair lathering brush and old fashion (squeeze tube) shaving cream or shaving soap cake depending on my mood

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  8. Old-fashioned injector single-blade safety razor. (The refills are getting hard to find). And shaving soap with horsehair brush.
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  11. Originally Posted by johns0 View Post
    What do you use for shaving?
    It depends what part of the body is being shaved (!).
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    Maybe the poll should havebeen ...what part of the body do you shave ?
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    I use a safety razor, and old Gillette adjustable from the 60's, works like a charm.
    I also use an older Gilette safety razor from the 70's, but that is an non adjustable.
    Have 3 different shaving brushes, one with boar bristles and two with badger hair
    And I use and alum block after shaving and I splash on some Tabac aftershave and I'm good to go

    Razor blades, brushes and shaving soap/cream are easily obtained from ebay and other web shops

    I would recommend taking a visit to the badger and blade forum, for reviews, buy, sell and trade of shaving gear
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  15. Originally Posted by TuNk View Post
    I use a safety razor, and old Gillette adjustable from the 60's, works like a charm.
    I also use an older Gilette safety razor from the 70's, but that is an non adjustable.
    Have 3 different shaving brushes, one with boar bristles and two with badger hair
    And I use and alum block after shaving and I splash on some Tabac aftershave and I'm good to go

    Razor blades, brushes and shaving soap/cream are easily obtained from ebay and other web shops

    I would recommend taking a visit to the badger and blade forum, for reviews, buy, sell and trade of shaving gear
    I have my Grandfather's Gillete Razos, one adjustable, one Not, but I can't find them since we moved into our house (10 years some things are still packed
    When I got back into traditional shaving I wanted to start using them again. Now I use a Parker 82R for every day shaving and a Merkur MR500 when I need a closer shave.

    Badger and Blade is a great site!! Also for just starting out and over all tips Sharpologist http://sharpologist.com/ is good place to start.

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    Never heard about Sharpologist, thanks for the tip Des
    I recommend Mantic59's videos, loads of great tips from him: www.youtube.com/user/mantic59
    If you are new to DE-shaving
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  17. Originally Posted by TuNk View Post
    Never heard about Sharpologist, thanks for the tip Des
    I recommend Mantic59's videos, loads of great tips from him: www.youtube.com/user/mantic59
    If you are new to DE-shaving
    Sharpologist is Mantic59s Blog

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  18. Shave, What is this word Shave? What does it mean
    If I'd known I was going to live this long, I'd have taken better care of myself.
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  19. Originally Posted by TBoneit View Post
    Shave, What is this word Shave? What does it mean
    It's something you do with ice before adding flavored syrup to it!


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