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Discussion in 'General Shaving Discussion' started by _MementoMori_, Nov 3, 2010.
I, for one, ALWAYS swirl counter-clockwise. It just feels right.
Depends on your location to the equator I think.
When I am in the Northern Hemisphere, I rotate counterclockwise, when I go to the Southern I rotate clockwise.
Well... that seems like a no-brainer of a poll option now that you say it...
Clockwise always unless I'm on the moon the moon the I don't swirl I use a back and forth motion.
I'm left handed and I go counter clockwise. I voted that I didn't pay attention though
I swirl clockwise when above the equator and counter clockwise when below the equator
I pump it up and down, with the vertical axis of the brush held perpendicular to the cross-section of the puck.
This method is equally effective in both Northern and Southern hemispheres, right-handed, left-handed, ambidextrous, and presumably, works in outer-space as well.
The definitive text:
Neither. I put the mug with the soap in it on a turntable, and hold the brush still.
Also both... I have a pattern I go in. Light clockwise, hard press clockwise, light counter, hard press counter, light clockwise.
I started doing it without realizing it... then once I realized I was doing it that way, now I always make sure I do it that way.
I have no idea why.
Yes! I switch back and forth.
I often use an M shape pattern when the puck starts to spin.
Clockwise... It just feels like it's meant to be!
By DE fault that would be counter clockwise.
Counter Clockwise since I am a southpaw!
Random thought -
When I'm using a brush on a puck, I swirl clockwise.
When I use a wire whisk to create whipped cream, I swirl counter clockwise.
The end results with either the puck or the dairy cream look the same.
Be sure not to mix up the two.