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Wow! Learned a new word. Had to look ramekin up. 🙂. Thanks! I bought some Stirling samples last year which were easy as they were a thin slice off of a puck and were about 4" around. Fit nicely in the bottom of an old soap tub. I'll do the same with these blobs of soap that came in a bag, smash...
I'm moving towards short lofted scrubby brushes that work really well for face lathering, not so much for bowl. Works great to load a scrubby off a puck. But what about samples where there is no tub/puck? Any tips on how to face lather with sample size soaps?
OP, to be clear, are you taking some of the soap out of the sample container, about the size of an almond, and pressing it into the bottom of your lathering bowl. I'm sure you are. You can't load a brush in the small sample container.
Neither of these razors have been available for a while, but there are some Carbon Ti for sale today. For $150 less than the H&S and reportedly a wee bit smoother at the expense of some efficiency, I picked up the XX plated razor in Ti. Looking forward to comparing it to the Wolf WR2, although...
Finally got this glue bump out. Ordered some router bits for my rotary tool. The bit I was using had no blade, more of a sander (foreground in pic). The glue definitely requires a bit with a sharp cutting edge. Still did some damage to my acrylic handle, but I did reknot it anyways.