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Old 01-31-2014, 09:09 AM   #29
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I use a Schick Single Edge Razor Injector. The Schick handle is no longer available as far as I know but the blades still are.
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Old 01-31-2014, 09:29 AM   #30
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I also shave in the shower. Have a mirror with a hook on it to hang in there. A thin film of soap on it keeps it from fogging. I use cheap disposables from BJs wholesale and they last a long time in the shower. For cream most any gel type works for me.

I used an electric when I was younger but it started to give me a rash so onto blades I went. The only blades that do that seem to be the extremely cheap Bic.
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Old 02-01-2014, 04:05 PM   #31
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p.s., It was whatever soap was available, and trust me you don't want to run out of soap - ask me how I know.
Been there done that.
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Old 02-01-2014, 04:19 PM   #32
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I usually shave about once a week. That's about as long as I can go without shaving before DW won't let me kiss her. :(
Then it's bar soap and Gillette Mach 5 blade.
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Old 02-01-2014, 04:28 PM   #33
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Gillette soap and brush from Walmart and disposable blades from Costco.......always shave right after a shower.
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Old 02-01-2014, 06:35 PM   #34
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Badger Brush & Old Spice Mug, Mach 3 & strait edge, I swap back & forth.
Strop every time I use the Strait edge.. Oggalala Bay Rum after shave or Old Spice.
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Old 02-02-2014, 03:08 AM   #35
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I also shave in the shower. Have a mirror with a hook on it to hang in there. A thin film of soap on it keeps it from fogging. I use cheap disposables from BJs wholesale and they last a long time in the shower. For cream most any gel type works for me.

I used an electric when I was younger but it started to give me a rash so onto blades I went. The only blades that do that seem to be the extremely cheap Bic.
X2 on those BJ's disposables. They do last a long time. I can go weeks with one of them. Why pay twice as much for the Gillette Mach 2 or 3's?
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X2 on those BJ's disposables. They do last a long time. I can go weeks with one of them. Why pay twice as much for the Gillette Mach 2 or 3's?
No BJ's Wholesale Clubs here? Like the weight of the handle of the Mach 3? I think the 2 was called the Edge BTW.

My barber uses the straight razor when I get my hair cut. Are they hard to use?
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Shave, not me. After all you can't grow grass on a playground
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Old 02-08-2014, 08:42 AM   #38
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Gillette soap and brush from Walmart and disposable blades from Costco.......always shave right after a shower.
Does that mean once a week, on Saturday. Jim
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For those if you using a mug & brush, can you recommend a brush? Mine lose their hair or are too soft. I've been using a mug for a few years and finally settled on Aramis shave soap. Now if I can only find a brush I like.
There are many brushes for sale out there. Some go for as much as upwards of $500.00!! Yea, I know, that's ridiculous. But more typically you can get a quality brush made in the U.S.A. from Badger hair for around $55.00. If that is still too steep in price I have found one made in Germany for $15.00. Can't say what the shipping will be. Either a good Boar's Hair or Badger Hair brush with their water retention properties ought to serve you well. Me? I use a cheap brush from CVS and a mug filled with hot water and discarded shower soap that my family finds too small for soaping up with in the shower!
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There are many brushes for sale out there. Some go for as much as upwards of $500.00!! Yea, I know, that's ridiculous. But more typically you can get a quality brush made in the U.S.A. from Badger hair for around $55.00. If that is still too steep in price I have found one made in Germany for $15.00. Can't say what the shipping will be. Either a good Boar's Hair or Badger Hair brush with their water retention properties ought to serve you well. Me? I use a cheap brush from CVS and a mug filled with hot water and discarded shower soap that my family finds too small for soaping up with in the shower!
Check this out...
Bass Brushes Boar Hair Shaving Brush 1 Unit - Swanson Health Products
If you are looking for a Good American Made Brush http://www.whippeddog.com/
also if you want a good American made DE Safety Razor
WeberRazor
American Made Shaving Soap
Williams Mug Soap

There are many places but the three that I listed are all made in America, not China.
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Handheld mirror in shower, no cream, gel or soap. Gillette Mach3.
Mirror? Did you at one time forget where your face was? I too shave in the shower, but use a bit of soap and find my face every time. ;-)
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