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Greetings from Southern California. Fairly new to wet shaving. Probably about 1 year or so. I really enjoy the process. I live nearby Old Town Shaving Co. I also frequent West Coast Shaving, those are my go to Brick & Mortar stores. Have a great day. Jason.
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Super Moderator
San Diego, Cal., USA
Welcome to DFS, Jason. Enjoy your stay. Smile
#3
Thank You.
#4

Merchant
Los Angeles
Welcome!
Seva the Soap Schmoozer
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#5

DE FACTO = DE
Ohio
(This post was last modified: 11-16-2016, 03:49 AM by bakerbarber.)
Welcome to the forum.

Nice to have you.

What is your current setup?
Razor
Blades
Soap
Brush
Post shave?

Been on an aggressive razor kick myself lately and had been using the Asylum Rx SE razor. Switched to a Pils DE razor today and got cocky. Cut my upper lip with possibly the mildest razor I have. I laughed it off. Used Dr Selby's soap and that stuff is insanely slick. I think between the soap and being overconfident after the SE razor I made a little slip up. Nothing a little time with the alum block couldn't settle.

See you round.
Shave yourself.
-Todd
#6

Member
Ferndale, MI
Welcome to DFS!
- Jeff
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Member
Vancouver, BC
Welcome. Smile
Celestino
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#8

Super Moderator
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Good to have you here!
• Matthew •
#9

expert shaver
Florida
Welcome aboard
Jerry
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(This post was last modified: 11-17-2016, 09:30 PM by Jason5157.)
Hello to all, thanks for the warm welcome. I was asked about my current set-up. I will list my most used products.
Razor- Baxter of California Double Edge Safety Razor. Which I think is a Muhle R89, but not certain.
Blades- Gillette Silver Blues.
Soap-Taylor of old Bond Street-Unscented.
Brush-Baxter of California Silvertip Badger.
Post Shave- Cold water, alum block, witch hazel (alcohol free), Floid Blue.
Thanks...
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