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BF4MVP
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Post by BF4MVP »

Hot Shower
G Towne Scuttle
Merkur Silver Tip
T&H Lavender Shave Cream
Merkur Progress
Gillette 7 O'Clock Blade (1st Shave)
Thayers Lavender Witch Hazel
Clean EDT
4PACK
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woodsrider
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Post by woodsrider »

bernards66 wrote:...Coate's creams ( and especially their Lavender ) remain the last word in quality shaving as far as I'm concerned. There is nothing still made that is quite as good.....close, but not quite... Gordon
Darn, Gordon, you just KEEP rubbing it in. I never managed to get ahold of any Coate's lavender. Since it's currently unobtainium, I don't even want to know...I'll just have to be content with my T&H and Harris...
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HBK42581
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Post by HBK42581 »

Monday Morning:

PreShave: Hot Shower/Noxzema Deep Cleansing Cream/Hot Towel
Razor: 1940 Gillette TECH
Blade: Swedish Gillette (Shave #3)
Brush: Omega Stripey Badger 63171
Cream: Palmolive American
A/S: Thayer's Rose Petal Witch Hazel and Nivea Sensitive AS Balm
Cologne: Preferred Stock


Awesome shave today. Got a little aggressive in two areas and was punished with a nick or two but everything else is good. Not BBS but passable and comfortable. I think I'm finally starting to get the hang of it and the TECH with the Swede is the best combo I've used so far.
Scott "The Heart Break Kid"

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Bonzo
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Location: Baltimore, MD

Post by Bonzo »

Rooney Super 3/1
1949 Superspeed
US Personna
GFT Lime Shave Cream (sample)
DR Harris Pink A/S
Floris Santal

GFT Lime shave cream was nice and dense, though I don't like the scent. Too sweet for me. Shave was great though. Really like the Pink A/S.
John

All men, by nature, desire to know - Aristotle
Gareth
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ThePossum
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Location: Halfway between Possum Neck and Possum Holler, Pa

Monday 4/28 . . .

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  • + Prep: Noxzema Deep Cleansing Cream & hot towel
    + Brush: C&E BBB
    + Cream: SCS Smoke & Beads
    + Razor: '48 Gillette Super Speed for face & Bic Sensitive for head
    + Blade: Feather Stainless (shave 1)
    + Oil Pass: Leisureguy's Last-Pass Shave Oil
    + A/S: SCS Savory Rose ASM and Aqua Velva Ice ASB
Result: A BBS shave with only two minor nicks on the WTG pass on the left side of the neck. I was very, very careful with the Feather and paid close attention to the pressure and speed with which I shaved today. The BBS accomplished without as much blade buffing as usual. I like the Feathers and think I could get used to them after awhile. Now to give it a run in my Tech/NEW hybrid tomorrow.
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levente
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Post by levente »

Monday:

Gillette 1958 TV Special w/Swedish Gillette
Simpson Duke 3 Best
Trumper Rose shave cream (old formulation)
Dickinson's witch hazel infused w/lavender EO
Molinard Bois Precieux EdT

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Hodari D.
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Post by Hodari D. »

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Gorgeous brush Gareth. Is that the T2 or T3? I can't quite make it out. (I'm trying to figure out which one to get and this is a great size comparison shot for us prospective Tulip consumers)

Scott
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Taylorman
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Post by Gareth »

Scott, thanks. I'm made up with it. It's a T3, but I'll warn you now - they can be quite scrubby. If you like that sort of thing then they're probably the best shaving brush out there.

My only quibble is that the damn sticker fell off yesterday!!
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alabamalawyer
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Post by alabamalawyer »

Razor: 38C
Blade: Swedish Gillette
Brush: SMF 3
Cream: Tryphon Permafrost
Aftershave: 4711
Chris
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Churchill
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Location: Jubail, Saudi Arabia

Post by Churchill »

Monday:
Gillette New w/israeli
Rooney Super 3,1
SCS Parma Violet ss
Lucky Tiger a/s
Brooks Brothers 1818
Bob
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Post by a-cut-above »

Rooney 3/1 Super
MWF
1955 Gillette Super Speed w/ Feather blade
Booster June Clover AS
Dave

"Sanity is a madness put to good use." - George Santayana (…like a wet shaver with an acquisition disorder.)
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i_shaved_something
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Location: Northern Virginia, USA

Post by i_shaved_something »

Monday morning

Tabac soap
Rooney Emillion
HD w/Swede Gillette (day 4)
Dominica Bay Rum
Rob
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Straight Arrow
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Location: NJ

Post by Straight Arrow »

Monday:

Gillette New Razor
NOS Gillette Super Stainless blade (The Spoiler)
Vulfix pure
NOS Yardley Shaving Soap
Constanza Bay Rum
Rich
mikeny278
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Location: Schererville, IN

Post by mikeny278 »

Tuesday

Merkur HD
Swedish Gillette (Day #2)
Vulfix #2233
Taylor of Old Bond Street Hypo-Allergenic Shaving Cream
Cetaphil Moisturizer

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Mike
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D.Irving79
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Post by D.Irving79 »

4/28 PM

remus 4
feather
garden of eden ginger lime soap
C&E super badger

thayers alcohol free witch hazel

no scents
CMur12
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Post by CMur12 »

Monday Night:

Schick Injector razor (Type M-Adjustable, Set at 3)
Schick Injector blade (NOS US-made, Super Chromium/Teflon Coated)

Rooney Style 1/ Size 1/ Pure Badger brush
Valobra hard shaving soap (shaving stick grated up and mashed into a covered Anchor Hocking glass bowl)

Thayer's Original Witch Hazel (Astringent, Unscented)

- Murray
Give me Soap or give me death!
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giammi
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Post by giammi »

SOTD-2008-04-29

Razor “Gillette Red Tip”
Blades “Derby”
Brush “NoName Boar”
Soap “Trumper Almond”
Aftershave “Tabac”


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freebird
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Location: N.E. Oklahoma

Post by freebird »

My chosen implements of destruction:
brush: Everready Pure Badger
Shave Cream: C&E Nomad - still trying out some of the creams I purchased from B&B's bst thread-still doesn't compare with Colleen's Cavendish Black
Razor: Genco 5/8 roundpoint that I won in the newbie giveaway on SRP about a year ago. - still one of my best shavers
strop as always: Bear Brand
a/s balm bigelow bay rum
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nteeman
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Location: Port Washington, NY

Tuesday's Shave

Post by nteeman »

Pre-Shave: Hot Towel
Razor: Merkur 38C
Blade: French Gillette Shave #2
Brush: CC (Vulfix)#850
Cream:
Soap:Momma Bear's Vanilla Cream/Noxzema Deep Cleansing Cream/Cremo Cream
A/S: Nivea for Men Sensitive Extra Soothing A/S Balsam

1 pass ATG BBS! :D
-Neal (DE user since 1998)
I shave therefore I am

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