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Updated my soap list today
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(10-16-2021, 07:16 PM)mlb 549 Wrote: Mine is creeping back to the 150 mark, after selling about 80 or so 2 years ago.

I don't feel so bad now. I think I will start including a soap or two with brush adoptions. HA!
Jim - The Cackalacky Kid "Finally, shaving is fun again..." 
The Jayaruh Brushes  - The Clan of Catchers
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(10-16-2021, 12:53 PM)TobyC Wrote:
(10-16-2021, 05:55 AM)Wchnu Wrote: So what are they??

Proraso red
Proraso green
Arko
Vander-Hagen

I use one at a time till it's gone.

No muss no fuss. Nothing wrong with that.
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I noticed nobody listed Taylor of Old Bond Street shaving creams. I thought they were a popular mainstay, maybe a bit like MWF and/or Tabac. Has anyone used TOBS and if so, what scent did you have and what did you think of it.

Below is my list in no particular order. I've also started a similar schedule to Jayaruh, with Monday being menthol, Tuesday being Tabac and Wednesday being Williams...plus I added a MWF "Fat" Friday. That leaves me three free days to cycle through five others. I've barely dabbled into the artisan soaps, but have to say that both Stirling and Mike's lather up just as nice as MWF or Tabac.

MWF
Tabac
Williams (Modern)
Arko
Col Conk Bay Rum
Proraso Green, Tub
Proraso Green, Cream
Proraso Red, Cream
Stirling Glacial Electric Sheep (So COLD!)
Mike's Natural Soap - Orange, Cedarwood & Black Pepper
Tcheon Fung Sing - Red
Bryan, FNG-SE
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