#11
This is an older thread revived. Have you killed your MWF yet? If that is the sole object a .410 at close range will do the job. IF you want to enjoy the shave just do a normal rotation and someday it will turn into a Cheshire cat smile crescent. Then you open another puck and shave it around the new one to anchor. Journeys are as much fun as the destination.
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#12
I know its not on your list but I have to concur with CHSeifert in nominating the Shavemac D01 2-band Silvertip as a voracious soap eater - it does a fine job exfoliating your flesh as well Big Grin
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#13
No experience with any of those. My go to brush if I want to load the heck out of a soap is the Stirling Kong.
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(04-08-2017, 05:17 PM)KAV Wrote: This is an older thread  revived. Have you killed your MWF yet? If that is the sole object a .410 at close range will do the job. IF you want to enjoy the shave just do a normal rotation and someday it will turn into a Cheshire cat smile crescent. Then you open another puck and  shave it around the new one to anchor. Journeys are as much fun as the destination.

Yes, it finally died this week. Using up a puck of Mike's now. I find Semogue boar brushes do a really solid job with lathering that soap so I'll just stick with that.
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