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Hello folks, I'm not new to traditional wet shaving, been shaving since the early '60s, New to on line forums tho. I've mostly used one of the Gillette Adjustables for a razor, a Boar brush, mug and VDH soap. But the last few years I've gone from 1 razor, blade, soap brush and mug to a more than I'll ever need. If I can help any of the new shavers I'd be glad to help out.
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Welcome aboard Denis, the voice of experience is always appreciated around here.
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Welcome, Denis! Glad to have you join us.
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You are more than welcome here!
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Welcome aboard Denis!
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to a more than I'll ever need.
someone needs to start shaving anonymous
welcome to smf!!
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