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Okay. You realize that you have asked me to expose my actual self to all the forum members that might have held my online self in slightly less than negative regard, right? WTH, you seem like a nice guy!
Me, too! You might recall it came with a lot of brushes. I didn't know what it was, thought it was two different types of wood until I sanded it. That standard 2-band Maggard knot is no slouch, either. I wouldn't spend the money on the high density, myself. Yes, I find myself reaching for that...
Old time luxury today, for a rare afternoon shave!
William S. Turner "Rely on Me." Okay, Bill.
Kampfe Brothers lather catcher with freshly stropped wedge,
Mystery "Arrow 10" 2 band (wood and horn), whipping up some Stirling Green.
Back to Big Brown tonight. Gem Junior Bar, Edwin Jagger Best (surprisingly good, for best!) and the first time for Stirling Green. Sure does smell nice! That's good, because I sprung for the EDT as well, sight unsmelled.
Reached for the very pleasing Ern Ator tonight.
Gem Junior Bar with modern coated Gem for the head,
Hydro Magic for edging and
PdP No. 63 administered with Elite Manchurian mounted in Rubberset 400.
Hard to go wrong there!
Kind of an old/new Franco-American shave tonight.
Gelle Freres in Chromebook scales
Gem Jr. Bar w/ Kampfe wedge blade. Outstanding!
PDP 63/ well-bloomed Rubberset 2 band
Had to really "ride the catcher", but I was astounded at how good that Jr. Bar, wedge blade combo worked. Again, decidedly...