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An affordable and effective option is to learn to hone your own razors.
How goretex works is to allow smaller sweat moisture to escape and prevent water from entering. Clogging the leather water proofs, but leaves the...
Mine said not to apply anything that would prevent the goretex from breathing as designed. I do clean with saddle soap.
Before I converted to Gore-Tex I used mink oil. There is an old container sitting beside the Snow-Seal.
I tend to agree. I'm picking up some later versions in pristine condition while still available. Out thread here has caused a lot of love and use...
I am definitely about live and let live. My observation is both pictured are Gillette et al early designs that were given away to sell blades.
I love the PB and think you will. :) It's got the cool factor like a "57 Chevy.
I always use the Type E Schick on my columella.
Just gave my SIL a PAA Bakelite slant to use.
So even using a Feather Artist Club new has some resistance in some areas I shave. The secret for me is not trying to accomplish that much on the...
very nice :)
Thanks for the recommendation. How does the stiffness hold up?
Well, I remembered the blades for the Bakelite slant .
Thanks for distilling it down ;)
I took his inquiry differently. Perhaps he can clarify, but it appeared to me he wants to learn to hone.
Me to. They have all you need!
Yep, given the endless and newby confusing advice on stones, films just make sense. The films will also act as a tutor for later stone use.
Why do so many make this so complicated. Get a $10 razor off eBay. Buy a $30 packet of non adhesive 3m lapping films, get a $4 marbel tile. Get a...