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Re: Mitchell's Wool Fat

Postby Rufus » Fri Jan 01, 2016 1:59 pm

I've taken to rubbing the wet cake of MWF directly on my wet face, as I do with my sticks of soap. It works well for me and virtually eliminates the frustrations I had when loading my brush directly from the cake.
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Re: Mitchell's Wool Fat

Postby pausted » Fri Jan 01, 2016 2:44 pm

Good tip, Bryan. I'll try it.
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Re: Mitchell's Wool Fat

Postby rustyblade » Fri Jan 01, 2016 4:09 pm

Rufus wrote:I've taken to rubbing the wet cake of MWF directly on my wet face, as I do with my sticks of soap. It works well for me and virtually eliminates the frustrations I had when loading my brush directly from the cake.



When all else fails, the "shaving stick" method works, a.k.a "super concentrated soap application".
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Re: Mitchell's Wool Fat

Postby StGeorge » Sun Feb 12, 2017 11:16 am

I now make my own Woolfat shaving sticks, it's very easy to do, I just use a cheese grater (smallest grating section) and then pack it down into an empty D R Harris shaving stick container using the back of a bread and butter knife. When you screw the base of the stick it comes out just like any other shaving stick, you'd never know it wasn't made that way. I use the shaving stick the proper way, just rub it on my face and lather up, it's the best way to use MWF for me, it works a treat.
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