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Old 02-06-2013, 01:22 AM   #1661
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Old 02-06-2013, 02:16 AM   #1662
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OK i literally spent last night at work reading this thread, i always passed it by because i thought it was a joke thread title. I had no idea that this was a real thing. I didnt know you could do it home and even watched the How its Made episodes on SE and DEs and asked my wife who the hell still uses those?

After diving into this thread and being at work i was ansy to get home. Im looking at a 65 SuperSpeed on ebay right now up to .99 cents(whooo)

Ive got a brush cream and blades on the way here from westcoast shaving, i think im about to take over the bathroom or at least annex some from my wife.

Question i have is using a soap puck i see alot of yall have it in a cup and wanted to know do you lather in the cup or use hot water to pick up some and then use another vessel.

AHHH im really excited to get all my supplies here and start shaving.
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Thanks for your techniques.

Yea im coming from shaving no gel or anything maybe hot water.

But that was born of me being in the military and either in the field deployed or at work early and no time to get ready needing to shave everyday. Got out and the trend just continued becuase thats what I was used to. Necks always been kind of rough but im sure this will help immensely
Yup...this part sucks. Wet shaving the majority of the time but having to subject myself to the "field shave" makes me appreciate the first wet shave after a shower even more.
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Old 02-06-2013, 02:23 AM   #1663
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Another convert.

Yup...this part sucks. Wet shaving the majority of the time but having to subject myself to the "field shave" makes me appreciate the first wet shave after a shower even more.
God I couldnt imagine going from wet shave to field smooth. Id cry or commendere a heater canteen cup and mirror.
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Old 02-06-2013, 02:28 AM   #1664
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God I couldnt imagine going from wet shave to field smooth. Id cry or commendere a heater canteen cup and mirror.
Being an arty guy and having access to a coffee pot, I have definitely run water through the pot to heat it up before a shave.
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Old 02-06-2013, 03:22 AM   #1665
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Being an arty guy and having access to a coffee pot, I have definitely run water through the pot to heat it up before a shave.
Nice I would use the engine shroud of an AAV to heat up soup and coffee. Cant have tasters choice cold.
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Old 02-06-2013, 04:35 AM   #1666
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Another 100 pack of Shark Super Chromes arrived in the mail today. First pack lasted me about two years. Spending $15 on razor blades every two years - winning!

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Nice I would use the engine shroud of an AAV to heat up soup and coffee. Cant have tasters choice cold.
Can't really have any of the cheap stuff cold.

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Very nice! High five!
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Another 100 pack of Shark Super Chromes arrived in the mail today. First pack lasted me about two years. Spending $15 on razor blades every two years - winning!
I bought 50 of the same last summer. Sharks are great.

Im new to the discussion, but a 3 year veteran DE shaver.

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Cut my nose this morning shaving under it. Didn't even notice it until I was making coffee and thought I had a runny nose. Damn.

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Cut my nose this morning shaving under it. Didn't even notice it until I was making coffee and thought I had a runny nose. Damn.
I hate that. I almost always cut my lip working in that area, it annoys me.
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