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#1
  Recently ordered a whipped dog synthetic brush 30mm knot  its huge, dense and with very soft tips. 
I use painting strokes to make the lather cause the brush don't splay too much ,but I love the brush. I
shave my head so for me its perfect because covers lot of area fast.

My first post , just sharing my experience with WD brush.

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#2

Super Moderator
San Diego, Cal., USA
Welcome to DFS. Smile

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#3
thanks !
#4
Awesome. Fellow head shaver and I just ordered a 30mm from Larry too. It should be here next week.
Head Shaver
#5

Member
Arabian peninsula
(This post was last modified: 07-19-2015, 08:07 PM by Shnutz.)
You can never go wrong with whipped dog... Have now 4 of the 30mm synthetic knots... Call them the grizzly bears 

1. 1 With standard whipped dog handle
2. 2 knots sent to peter wolf (wolf whiskers for custom handles )
3. 1 knot sent to Brad Sears and he is currently crating a handle as we speak. :Smile

Much much much recommended.. And lather extremely well.. One of the softest brushes to the face.
Also have the 24mm , extremely good !!

Attached are one of wolf  whiskers brushes handles with 300 mm whipped dog synthetic knotIt was quite difficult to set a handle for 30mm.. But he pulled one beautifully.


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Over n out 
Hani 
Aka shnutz
#6
I bought the 24mm awhile back for my daughter and she loves it. She says using it is the best part of shaving her legs.
#7
(07-19-2015, 05:48 PM)HA28 Wrote:
  Recently ordered a whipped dog synthetic brush 30mm knot  its huge, dense and with very soft tips. 
I use painting strokes to make the lather cause the brush don't splay too much ,but I love the brush. I
shave my head so for me its perfect because covers lot of area fast.

My first post , just sharing my experience with WD brush.
I have the 30mm synthetic also and I love it. It is a lather monster and holds just about the same water as my Simpsons Chubby 2. I also have a 30mm Silver Tip and a 24mm High Mountain Badger from them. Love them all!
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(This post was last modified: 07-20-2015, 02:36 PM by HA28.)
(07-20-2015, 08:41 AM)natal000 Wrote:
(07-19-2015, 05:48 PM)HA28 Wrote:
  Recently ordered a whipped dog synthetic brush 30mm knot  its huge, dense and with very soft tips. 
I use painting strokes to make the lather cause the brush don't splay too much ,but I love the brush. I
shave my head so for me its perfect because covers lot of area fast.

My first post , just sharing my experience with WD brush.
I have the 30mm synthetic also and I love it. It is a lather monster and holds just about the same water as my Simpsons Chubby 2. I also have a 30mm Silver Tip and a 24mm High Mountain Badger from them. Love them all!

I want a wd 30mm silvertip. But i want it with back bone not too floppy . That depends on how deep the knot is ? Any recommendations?
#9
(07-20-2015, 02:31 PM)HA28 Wrote:
(07-20-2015, 08:41 AM)natal000 Wrote:
(07-19-2015, 05:48 PM)HA28 Wrote:
  Recently ordered a whipped dog synthetic brush 30mm knot  its huge, dense and with very soft tips. 
I use painting strokes to make the lather cause the brush don't splay too much ,but I love the brush. I
shave my head so for me its perfect because covers lot of area fast.

My first post , just sharing my experience with WD brush.
I have the 30mm synthetic also and I love it. It is a lather monster and holds just about the same water as my Simpsons Chubby 2. I also have a 30mm Silver Tip and a 24mm High Mountain Badger from them. Love them all!

I want a wd 30mm silvertip. But i want it with back bone not too floppy . That depends on how deep the knot is ? Any recommendations?
I would ask them to set the knot a little deeper than standard. They charge a little extra for that service  Also ask them what they recommend the loft should be for more backbone. The brush I have has just the right amount of backbone for my liking and it was their standard loft. Good Luck.
#10
Send Larry an email and chat with him about your preferences and thoughts on your current brushes and he'll help you figure it out. That's what I did.
Head Shaver


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