Ah, I like it. Expenses are considerably reduced.Thanks, Jim, but I think I can do better. You are obviously unfamiliar with the Ouch International business model, to wit:
We take the money and don't mail out squat.
If you feel you can improve on this battle proven plan, feel free to contact me.
Shaving is just scraping whiskers with something sharp. I don't ever want to take it too seriously. LOLHere is my post from August 24th about how my hanging boar brush took about 12 days to get bone-dry, as determined by mass measurements:
Hanging Boar Brush Took around 12 Days to Get Bone-Dry
I'm currently collecting more data in the long-term. It appears that what seemed to be bone-dry was not actually bone-dry. My brush is still losing mass.
Barring experiments just for the sake of experimenting... I can only agree with you 100% Al.
Yup! Just one brush here. No need to get another unless this one starts going bald.