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I have the MWF version. Really like the soap but the smells not great (not too bad though either). Lathering is hard at first until you get the hang of it. The bowl is expensive (but is very nice) and the puck was resonably priced. Would recommend.
Good all round product. I like the smell and the fact that it is not overpowering. Works well and like the packaging. My only problem with it is the price. I paid £5 for one of the 125ml tubes which I though was a bit on the steep side.
Really like the filly - has been a great first strop! One quick question about it (sorry for butting into the thread) is that the Crox side is quite rough - can't this damage the edge when stroping? I've just sanded out all of the nicks on the main untreated side, and it sems a bit strange to be...
Thanks a lot for all the information. Not too keep on gettting a barbers hone as I would not now where to start. Still think the Spyderco UF would be a easy way of getting into honing even on a minimal set up. SliceofLife mentioned a coticule and while I'm tempted I've heard they are quite hard...
Sorry there have been quite a few post like this one but I have not been quite able to find the info that I wa looking for. My edge has started to dull so hence I am posting in the hones section. I really want to be self sufficient with my honing and want to give it a go. I know some...