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#1

Member
SE NH
Like many here I keep quite a few soaps in rotation. I change my blades every 3 days and also swap out the razor, brush and soap.
Due to this it feels like the pucks never get used up. But they do - eventually.

This is a puck of Stirling's Ozark Mountains. I have been using this in my rotation since this time last year. As you can see it is almost all used up.
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Photographic proof that you will eventually reach the bottom of the bowl. I like when this happens as I can choose a new soap to use in the rotation.

I like the Stirling brand and have 3 in rotation plus 2 in stock - all different scents.

Phil
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#2

Member
Los Angeles
Happy sight indeed! In my 5+ years of using soaps, I have never seen this in any of my containers Big Grin
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#3

Super Moderator
San Diego, Cal., USA
I have managed that a couple of times but still have a lot to go! Tongue
#4
Other than tiny tubes of Coates shave cream, I can't recall the last time I've finished anything.

I know that I have finished a couple of Mitchell's Wool Fat, Tabac pucks, Mike's Natural and Arko and Palmolive sticks, but it's been a long time. So thanks Phil for reminding us that it can be done.
Bob: 

Good Lather = More product + More Water + More Time lathering
#5

Member
Ontario
I managed to finish a puck of Dragon's Blood from Mama Bear, but that's about it in just over 2 years Tongue I loved that stuff and used it a LOT! lol
#6

Member
Virginia
I've always wondered what that looks like.

I have a Soap Commander sample that looks like that. I have gotten a crap load of shaves out of it and it probably has 3-4 more left in it.
Bob from Virginia
#7
question how do you load the soap when it gets like that? some of my soaps are staring to cone but no where near gone, only been wet shaving for a few months. I just press them towards the center to flat it out again. I'm sure a point will come when I can't do that anymore.
#8
(06-30-2015, 09:52 PM)Slyfox Wrote: question how do you load the soap when it gets like that? some of my soaps are staring to cone but no where near gone, only been wet shaving for a few months. I just press them towards the center to flat it out again.  I'm sure a point will come when I can't do that anymore.

While I'm just starting out myself, I imagine it follows the best advice ever given...
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