I’m not asking this as some condescending know it all, I’m actually the opposite. I’m trying to soak up all the tips and tricks I can for a better shave. However..... One thing I’ve have not been able to wrap my head around is the amount of soap I see people loading on the brush in some of the tutorial videos. I’ve always read that too much soap actually works against your razor because you’re only wanting a nice even later, not too thick, that allows the blade to glide without clogging it. Pretty much every video I see has people swirling their brushes in their soaps for what seems like a ridiculous time, and then caking it on, or - painting on a lot less than they loaded. It seems some of these extended loading methods are really wasting soap. I’m sure some of y’all have seen what I’m talking about where someone is loading the brush to where the soap is caked all over the brush before they go to their bowl or face lather. Am I missing something? I can literally take any of the soaps I have, take my wet brush (after slinging off excess water), swirl it around for 10-20 seconds, and have plenty of soap for nice lather and still have some left over after the 2nd and even 3rd passes. Some of the these YouTube videos show people loading their brush for almost a minute or more. Again, I know it’s personal preference but I just figure it to be a waste of good soap. Thoughts?