Straight razor shavers?
#21
For shaving soap, I was always a fan of the shave den's soaps.
http://www.theshavedenshop.com/the-shave...-soap.html

They have tons of scents (some are better than others). $8.99 for a container, but it's like 4 oz, lasts for a long time.
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#22
I ordered a bar of cedar loghouse shave soap from Baryonyx Knives.  Should be here today.

http://www.baryonyxknife.com/fatwood-soap-amp-more.html

I wanted to look into some rabbitry supplies to raise bunnies for food, but the missus wasn't thrilled about that.  No roasted home raised bunnies anytime soon. :(
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#23
(09-02-2016, 11:03 AM)Sir Charles Napier Wrote: I wanted to look into some rabbitry supplies to raise bunnies for food, but the missus wasn't thrilled about that.  No roasted home raised bunnies anytime soon. :(

Maybe she didn't like the thought of you butchering them with your straight razor. :crazy:
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#24
(09-02-2016, 07:09 PM)J Michael Wrote:
(09-02-2016, 11:03 AM)Sir Charles Napier Wrote: I wanted to look into some rabbitry supplies to raise bunnies for food, but the missus wasn't thrilled about that.  No roasted home raised bunnies anytime soon. :(

Maybe she didn't like the thought of you butchering them with your straight razor. :crazy:

Hmmm...  Good point. Maybe it would help if I said I'll use the machete instead.
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#25
Silly lady!  Bunny is yummy!!!  :grin:
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#26
(09-02-2016, 08:50 PM)Fontevrault Wrote: Silly lady!  Bunny is yummy!!!  :grin:

Right!?! I'm not the only one!

Also, for Pilgrim, the cedar shave soap is amazing! And it's a lot of soap for $5. And all natural (channeling my inner hippie here). I've found my new shave supplier. :grin:
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#27
Ah . . .  alas Pilgrim is an electric razor guy and it's not going to change any time soon.  But my father is a little more "low tech" when it comes to facial hair removal.  I will consider giving him some.  :)
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#28
It's official; the cedar soap from Baryonyx Knife Co. is my favorite. Also picked up an antique straight as an "I love me" gift for acing my first two exams. Kinsfolk Blue Steel special. One day I'd like a vintage Boker King Cutter, but again, champagne taste, beer budget.

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#29
I moved from the modern shaver to a safety razor a couple of years ago. Good decision. I'm not sure if I'm ready to try the straight razor just yet since the cost of the razor, strop and hone makes me hesitant.
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#30
I haven't tried any of these soaps myself, but I would like to give a plug for http://www.nonnavita.com/.

The soap is made by a group of nuns.

http://www.nonnavita.com/nuns
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