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Just went to the Omega brush site, HOLY-MOLY do they have a lot of models!
Quite a few are available with or without stands, so they were only counted once. And yes, a lot have the same handle but with different types of knots.
Near the end, in the 30ish page, they also have a few razors to...
Please keep answers really simple.
Let's say you are staying a friend's cabin miles from nowhere. No one else could possibly connect the the wifi router because of sheer distance.
Your friend is no computer genius, so chances are the router probably hasn't been updated in a long, long time...
I have a flat-bottomed, polished stainless steel bowl that I like for lathering.
Everyone says that a textured surface works better than a polished surface to create lather. Here are some techniques I'm mulling over and would like your opinions please:
I've always been a face-latherer and really didn't believe the hype about bowl lathering and scuttle business. Thought it was just silly really.
Well after accidentally popping out the last 1/2" of my Tabac stick from it's holder and almost dropping it in the toilet, I decided to give bowl...
Sigh...just purchased assorted boxes of candy-bars for Halloween, then proceeded to taste a few. They are basically tasteless.
I noticed the same thing several years ago from different snack cakes, and cookies.
Time was that if offered a piece of homemade cake or a local snack cake (Vachon in...
I was on Kijiji and found a vendor in Montreal selling several brands of razor blades, Clubman, razors and other beauty supplies.
The name wasn't listed but a telephone number Google search leads back to a place called Salon Azzuro on de Maisonneuve Boulevard in downtown.
Is anyone familiar...
(photos borrowed from fellow B&Bers)
Really like the look of the old Big Fellow cases, and am considering making a similar one but with a cork interior.
However I've noticed that a lot, if not most, of the older cases were designed to keep a razor in pieces, similar to this one:
I usually just jig or troll, don't have any real experience with bobbers.
While at the store, I took a look at the round clip-on balls, and the stick versions that use a spring to lock onto the line.
My first thought was that if a large aggressive fish were to strike, then the the wire clips...
Well gentlemen after trying perhaps 15-20 soaps and creams and 10-15 aftershaves in the past few years, I believe I'm done trying. Finally decided to simplify and settle.
soaps and creams:
-Tabac stick...good all year round, convenient for travel, goof-proof even for a quick shave, very...