Praise for the lowly Tweezarman brush

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Gene
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Praise for the lowly Tweezarman brush

Post by Gene » Tue Jul 11, 2017 8:31 am

I bought my Tweezerman badger brush 7 years ago:
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Tweezerman Brush
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As you can see - it's a bit worse for wear.

But this brush has been all over the country while I traveled for my work. It currently sits in my shower caddie - for the time that I shave while I am in the shower.

It 's worked well with soaps and creams. It doesn't shed, either.

I paid less that $15.00 dollars for it at a Target - and it's done all I could ask of it. It's not as good as my Simpson Colonel, but it's still a good brush, IMHO.
Gene

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jar
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Re: Praise for the lowly Tweezarman brush

Post by jar » Tue Jul 11, 2017 2:38 pm

Looks good. I still have some brushes that have been around longer than I want to admit.

brothers
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Re: Praise for the lowly Tweezarman brush

Post by brothers » Thu Jul 13, 2017 8:33 pm

Gene, that was my first official badger brush, and it was a turning point for me.
Gary

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