THIRTEENTH ANNUAL One blade in February challenge 2022 edition

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Since it's almost february and @GermanShaver! hasn't posted anything yet, I've decided to start the challenge this time. (@GermanShaver! hasn't be online since 7th April 2021) May the blade be with you, and I hope @GermanShaver! is ok. I'll just repost the original rules. To enter just name your blade and add yourself to the list. Reviews of shaves are of course optional. My blade for this challenge will be the King C Gillette It's that time of year. Time for the world famous "ONE BLADE IN...
Repairing/Tuning Old Dexter Carbon Chef Knife
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I bought an old Dexter chef knife over 20 years ago and it was well used when I got it. It always had a bit of a hollow spot ahead of the bolster, which has been really annoying. So today I took it to a rough grinding wheel to reduce some of the bolster, which was a step in the right direction. It was a little rusty and stayed in our summer cottage for most of the past twenty years. I have oiled it and scrubbed it with a Scotch-Brite pad with fair results. Today I hit it with a...
Aleppo Soap: The Experiment
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I received two bars of Aleppo soap yesterday. Made in Syria, travelled from there to Lebanon, Sheffield (UK) and Bulawayo (Zimbabwe). I bought the soap from Neil at www.alepposoap.uk (yes .uk not .co.uk) in my search for the best natural, body soap I could get. I do have a specific Aleppo shaving soap from Tadé on its way too... For those who are not in the knowing, Aleppo soap contains only 4 ingredients, namely olive oil, laurel oil, lye and water and is made using a hot process before a 9...

Comparison of 12 Taylor of Old Bond Street creams

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Using up a good amount of sample packs from Taylor of Old Bond Street I thought it might be useful to share the experience on them as they cover a wide range of TOBS scents. Also I tried to minimize the YMMV factor, meaning that besides the short comment on each of them I tried to provide an objective score in terms of: slickness, and I mean here residual slickness, the slickness that remains there (or not) even after you shaved a part, but wish to return for some immediate correction...
GIVEAWAY! Brrrrrrr - It's COLD out there CONTEST
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As I type this it is 11 degrees outside with winds of 28 mph. No better time for a contest about the cold and no better time for you to have three chances to win something to keep things warm... Here is how you enter: Tell us about a time you were cold - what was it like? The three winners will be selected by random.org after this runs a few days. Each one of the winners will get to choose one of our popular shaving scuttles to keep their lather warm. This is CONUS only please. Here...
Japanese Whisky
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I have only had one Japanese whisky and I liked it. My mom was visiting for Christmas. Shes appreciates a scotch from time to time. She liked it also. it is Suntory Toki. I’m looking at Akashi White Oak and Nikki coffee grain to try next. Any advice or opinions on Japanese whisky? I’m not looking for $100+ bottles $60 more or less range.

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