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My Rudy brushes are the only ones in the den that I will never part with. He has a business model of customer service, quality product, solid communication and fair pricing. If only everyone else did too.
I keep trying different synthetics and end up disappointed. I make sure I like the handle, so later when I replace the knot with a badger I still consider it a success. A lot of really nice handles available...
I have really soft water, so that might be the thing. I do, however, load more than usual when I use Mitchell's and I end up with a nice and creamy lather. It is my favorite soap among many. Please don't give up- it is worth making it work. Use more product! Try loading so much you think you...
fat. the wool fat. MWF. really, c'mon now. the fat. I really enjoy many soaps, but my first love is the fat. I do admit I live in a location with some of the world's best water. But it really performs for me.
Thanks, it is a Max Bill. I wear a lot of sporty watches, but every time I put this one on, I realize the understated perfection of the design. I do wish it had a display back, but I guess since it has a common movement, I'm probably not missing much.
I got bit a few times using Nacets in my ATT M1, but with GSBs it has been better. The opposite was true for my timeless bronze, nacets were smooth, but GSBs were troublesome. I am coming around to the idea that each of my razors has the perfect blade to pair it with.